We all seem to be in search of the seemingly ethereal concept of a soulmate. Do they even exist? And if they do, how the hell are you supposed to find yours out of the 7.5 billion people on Earth? This is something I have mulled over time and time again over the years. My opinions … More Soulmates: Do They Even Exist?
I am sitting here as my 25th birthday weekend draws to an end, and I can’t help but rise to the clichés of extreme nostalgia and reflection associated with such events. As the day grew near, I couldn’t ignore thoughts about where I am in life and what it means to be a 25-year-old woman … More The 5 Most Important Things I’ve Learned As A 25-Year-Old Millennial
I have been sitting here thinking, crying, begging, wishing and hoping. I’m a 20-something graduate student living in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. I don’t have some massive audience. Or a voice that demands to be heard. I don’t have this brilliant political mind or a surplus of money to throw around. I have this. This medium in … More I’m Just One Voice, But I Won’t Be If You Join Me
I grew up in a home where we cherished wildlife. We celebrated our planet. We took in ailing animals. In fact, on two separate occasions I nursed baby squirrels back to health to be let out into their natural habitat. As well as a few birds, a couple rabbits. You name it. Our house was known a … More Earth Day: Speak For Those Who Don’t Have A Voice
Okay, no. This is not about the ocean at all, really. But, get ready for some serious metaphors. In a previous piece, I mentioned a friend who asked me what I thought the world needed the most. I said empathy. Now, I’d like to share with you what he thought the world needed more of. … More Stop Being A Bad Water Droplet In Our Universal Ocean