Rainbow unicorn toast.

Nose to the sky, we fly through the crisp December air splitting the clouds into millions of pieces. This setting is familiar. My legs sit on the plastic leather seat. Iced coffee to my right. The sky is painted with city lights that glimmer along the black horizon. A man made Milky Way. Where are … Continue reading Rainbow unicorn toast.

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Empty pizza boxes & stained coffee mugs.

This time was different.¬† *** The giant tower stood before me. "WELCOME, UMASS CLASS OF 2015" the banner read in bold crimson letters. 15th floor. Corner room. A lofted bed. My mother's fight to hold back her tears. We had already unloaded my father's truck of Rubbermaid plastic drawers, a $12.99 bright blue desk lamp … Continue reading Empty pizza boxes & stained coffee mugs.

12 anti-Trump things to do today if you just tryna chill~

"What are your Inauguration plans?" Living in DC, the new home of our president-elect, this question is harder to avoid than most things. I have been trying to come to terms with this election ever since Trump unexpectedly became relevant in the midst of it all. For a while, his campaign felt like a trainwreck … Continue reading 12 anti-Trump things to do today if you just tryna chill~

That time I went to see Pope Francis by myself.

The scariest part of moving away wasn't anything having to do with finances or mental¬†stability. People asked me time and time again if I was scared, and I would always reply with, "No, I'm just excited," which was the honest truth. Oftentimes we avoid jumping into the unknown because we're afraid of what life might … Continue reading That time I went to see Pope Francis by myself.

How to move away unemployed and still make it.

I wasn't made to stay in one place for too long... The night of August 22nd, my mom, sister, and I packed my life in a UHaul van. Inside was my bed, new dresser, and endless bags of random sh*t. We were expected to leave at midnight and make it to our destination by 8am … Continue reading How to move away unemployed and still make it.