Home Is In My Heart

Going home to find what I’ve lost of myself

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Believe

Last year I volunteered to help at an event during the annual Sundance Film Festival that takes place in Park City, Utah. The reason I was helping was because, at the time, I was friends with the person who asked me to. I had already worked a long day at my job during the film…

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It’s Just a Phase

If you know me, you know something that I love is the moon. It always fascinated me as a child; I remember staring at it out the car window or my bedroom window, watching the phases grow larger and then smaller. And it’s the phases of the moon that have particularly become most relevant to…

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Suffer In Silence

I’ve always hated crying. I think mostly, it’s because I don’t like feeling emotionally vulnerable. I have always liked to be the strong, tough girl. It started back when I was 12, when my mom was first diagnosed with terminal cancer. At such a young age I was dealing with an incredible amount of sadness,…

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My 5 Truths and No Lies About PTSD

Here are 5 things you need to know about PTSD to better understand what someone, or even what you yourself, is dealing with on a daily basis

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Progression, Not Perfection

This past Sunday, I had the opportunity to watch my NFL team, The Philadelphia Eagles, win the ultimate underdog Super Bowl against the Patriots. It was an intense game, played well by both teams, but the Eagles managed to outplay the New England team and come out on top. It was honestly one of the…

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Together, We Climb

I’ve been thinking about writing this post for quite sometime, and I have been going back and forth in my mind about it; what I should even say, or if I should even share it. I must say, I am so humbled when I see that anyone even reads what I write on here. Mostly,…

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