There’s something about feminine energy, we are nurturing souls in all its splendor, we thrive under pressure, rip our own bodies apart to make way for something special, endure monthly pain but still manage to maintain, the house, our jobs, and our families, when our days seem dark we still rise, we have the ability … More “Para Mujeres” (For Women) – A Poem
In March 2015 I went to Haiti for the first time and my whole life changed. I fell in love with the people and left a piece of my heart there. I went back for the second time in March and I met a young woman who worked at the resort we stayed at, Hotel … More Haiti and Sisterhood
I hate boxes. My whole life I’ve tried to break out of the social constructs I was placed into, forced into or even put upon myself. In high school every year was a new phase. Freshman year I was preppy and by the end of that year I was Emo. The next year I became … More Blow Up the Box
When I got back from my 7 month missions trip in Southeast Asia I quickly went barreling into a whirlwind of emotions and mental turmoil. There was so much I was trying to process about living in a third world country and being immersed into a foreign culture. And even though I was so happy … More Is Depression Normal?
It’s been 3 weeks since I went to the Women’s March in Boston. And I am still processing how much impact that day had on my life and the world as a whole. My best friend was telling me how as humans we are only concerned with things that impact us. That’s why some people … More The Women’s March and Me