8 Realities You Need to Accept in Your Early Twenties

It is no understatement that our early twenties are maddening and glorious all at the same time. However, somewhere between the tear-filled late-night phone calls and the head thrown back laughter sessions, we find ourselves faced with a choice. That choice is whether we want to spend our early twenties on auto-pilot or if we … Continue Reading

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5 Things People With Anxiety Need to Hear

I am no stranger to anxiety. I have had thoughts so crippling and debilitating that I would cry until I felt physically sick. I have had panic attacks so severe that I would have to pull over and wait ten minutes until I could resume normal breathing and for the color to return to my … Continue Reading

8 Truths You Need to Accept in Your Early Twenties

Our early twenties are a roller-coaster of emotions, laughter, tears, on-and-off again relationships, friends both lost and found, and crazy deadlines. However, in this exciting and frustrating time we can learn one important thing: We’re exactly where we are supposed to be.   1. You are loved beyond measure. Even at your loneliest time, you need … Continue Reading

7 Habits of the Insanely Productive

Whether you are still in school or are beginning the journey of full-time employment, productivity is one of the main things that will get you where you want to be. However, being productive on a consistent basis is a seriously difficult feat. Here are some painless tips to get you started. All-right, these are almost … Continue Reading

8 Signs He Could Be Mr. Right

Even through heartbreak and loss, we discover the strength to realize that sometimes it takes a few tries with “Mr. Wrong” to find (and keep) Mr. Right. The signs: 1. He makes you feel respected and secure at all times. You don’t feel the need to ask questions or search through his phone to achieve … Continue Reading

23 Things to Thank Your Big Sister For

Thank you for loving me at my worst, just as much as my best. Thank you for being my mentor, my teacher and one of my greatest friends. Thank you for all those times you stayed up late to help me with my homework. Thank you for letting me borrow your clothes any time I … Continue Reading