I am a writer by nature, and knew in fourth grade that my occupation would involve speaking my truth into existence however possible. I published my first book in high school, and traveled around my hometown reading at elementary schools and sharing my message. I am currently half way through my undergrad at the University of Kansas, seeking a double major in Creative Writing and Journalism, with a minor in Art History. With a passion for poetry, nonfiction, and wandering through museums and libraries, I am constantly chasing creativity.
Sometimes in this crazy thing we call life, we get a little lost. Caught in a trap of darkness, sadness, isolation. Might last an hour, maybe a day, could even be a month. But your job is to find the light. Find your way out of the dark, even if that means you bump into […]More
I take a lot of pictures. Not like, professional pictures with an actual camera, but pictures on my iPhone. I take pictures of my friends, our dogs, artwork, and lots of sunsets. I recently deleted over 5,000 pictures off my phone, and a good majority of those were pictures of the sky (not much of […]More
If you’ve never sat outside on your porch or opened your window during a storm, you’re missing out my friend. Raindrops are one of the most beautiful sounds I can think of. I have been eagerly awaiting this rainfall all day. The meteorologists predicted a major thunderstorm for our area tonight. And they didn’t let […]More
By definition, the word Motivation means: the reason or reasons one has for acting or behaving in a particular way ; the general desire or willingness of someone to do something. I’m like 98.7% positive you know where I’m going with this post. At least, I really really hope you do. What’s your reason to […]More
I’m going to make this short, sweet, and full of fire. Ever have those days where you just wake up with a feeling of impending doom? Yeah, me too. I’m going to describe this feeling as the spark. It’s small, the kind of spark you get when you rub two rocks together. But you all […]More
Sometimes you win, sometimes you lose, but you always learn. I sound like my mother. Last night was our school’s last basketball game of the season. This is how the system works here in good ole Nebraska, you win, you advance, you lose, you’re done. Just. Like. That. I’ll start from the beginning. In our […]More