Boston Strong!

Yesterday was the Boston Marathon! It’s such a fun event and the entire city gets  bumped up about it. On a crowded Red Line train on Saturday, half of the people on it were on the way to a Red Sox game, while the other half talked about their excitement for the race. You can…

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It’s My Birthday!

Hey Everyone, Guess who turned 26-years-old today!? After months of begging my Mom to visit me in Boston, she finally made it and we went out to brunch at Buttermilk & Bourbon. I’m going to keep this post short. I’m so grateful to have such an amazing group of friends, family members, and supportive blogging…

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Library Dates With Mom

It is a hassle to convince her to leave my brother, she’s such a selfless and dedicated mother. He went on a day trip for school this weekend, so she didn’t mind leaving the house. My mom is such a sweet pea. Sometimes, I wish I could have known her before she became ill. Did…

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“We Are Not Divided & Thank You”

Hey Everyone, Please take a moment to watch this video about Ken’s nephew with leukemia. This is such a beautiful message and I hope you all take some time out of your day to watch it. Wishing you and your family all the best Ken! ❤️ “My 4-year old nephew was diagnosed with leukemia 3…

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Be Real Not Perfect

No one has a perfect life. Everybody has their own problems. Some people just know how to deal with it in a perfect way. – ThePsychMind.com

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Happy Easter!

Wishing you all a happy Easter!     Photo by Annie Spratt on Unsplash

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Late Night Thoughts

You learn to keep your problems to yourself because in reality most people sincerely do not care. It’s a shame that we live in a world where no one cares about anything. I promise, people care about you. Teach yourself to stop letting people and situations upset you. You’ll have days where you don’t even know…

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How To Fall In Love With Yourself

Do you ever have micro moments where you dislike yourself? Or feel like you could be doing better? Many may think that self-love is a vane, however I beg to differ. It’s a way to stay sane in a world that constantly tells you to hate yourself. It’s necessary to take care of yourself and make it your number one priority. And remember that it’s no one’s job to like you other than your own.

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