Season of Sowing

“These years have laid the foundation for my life and future, and it truly has been a season of sowing the entire decade, not only the last year.”

Click to read my ramblings on the last decade.

My friend, myself

“To love yourself is not selfish. You can’t love others in the way they deserve if you don’t first love and pour into yourself. Loving myself has allowed me to be a better wife, a better friend, a better human. ”

Click to read my ramblings on self-love

Girl in the Mirror

“For the past two years, this blog has become a close friend, a mentor, a therapist, a mirror. It has allowed me the platform to be honest with myself and confront hard truths to make difficult decisions for the betterment of my soul – for the betterment of my life. How unique it is that I have a time capsule of the most transformative two years of my life. After all, that’s what I love about writing as an art – it immortalizes the human experience. ”

Click to read my ramblings on my two year blogiversary!

and so I will

“Just like that – I am a graduate student – free to commit myself to my passions – to learn, grow, read, write.”

Click to read my ramblings about perseverance.

The Protagonist

“You can’t rewind reality and un-see what you thought to be the truth unravel.”

Click to read my Ramblings on Tara Westover’s memoir: Educated

There’s an App for That?!

“Here are my three favorite, techie gadgets for my home that made me say, “there is an app for that?!” Click to read my ramblings about my semi-sentient home.

The Year of Yes and No

“Politeness waved goodbye from 2017, and self-respect waved me in the direction of a new way of living in 2018.” Click to read my ramblings on 2018.


“It’s easy to forget how much of your life is spent at work, and even when we mentally tell ourselves that we can keep our work and personal life separate, sooner or later they bleed into one another just because of the sheer volume of time devoted to the clock.”

Click to read my ramblings after six months of a new profession.

Red Rover, Red Rover

“I’m right. You’re wrong. My side wins. Your side loses.

No. We all lose. ”

Click to read my ramblings on the state of affairs.