If I Leave All My Sorrow, I Don’t Know Who To Be.

Earlier this week I was having a conversation with one of my best friends Helene about mental health and how far I’ve come with mine. At sixteen years old I began to feel a subconscious awareness that the excessive uneasiness I felt about a considerable amount of things was abnormal. When you feel these things at […]

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A Letter To An Overthinker, From an Overthinker.

As 2017 comes to a close, I can’t help but look back on what this year has been like for me. To put it simply, it’s been an adventure. I began 2017 with all my energy focused on getting to the next chapter of my life. I set up a plan that I put my […]

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In Me, Nothing Is Extinguished

Every year I end on a high from the notions of what the next year has in store for me. I enter into the new year with enthusiastic strides, propelled by an ambition to seek out opportunities that guide me towards being a better person.

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Last Cup of Sorrow

Letting go can feel so bleak. No matter how you slice it, it’s never something you can get used to doing. I’m the type of person that letting go is hard for me to do. I keep to myself a lot, and I like to keep a small amount of people around me.

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The Shore vs. The Sea

When I was younger, I used to love going to the beach. Living in South Florida, there’s an abundance of different beaches to explore. One of my favorite pastimes was seeing how far I could go into the water before it got too deep for me to go any further out.

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Days that Run Away

The photo adventures I go on are my source of personal liberation, but they also educate me. Especially when they’re with people who not only are with you to document moments where you’re both having a good time, but who also build you up in your craft.

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Goals Are The Mortals Bred From The Gods Of Dreams

Earlier this week I visited my old Broadcast Journalism professor to mentor his class. While I was helping one of his students with recording a story, they asked me: “So what’s your dream?” My response? I don’t have dreams. I have goals that I spend every day working hard to achieve.

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Indecisiveness Is The New Black, Especially In Your 20’s.

  It wouldn’t surprise me if someone were to conduct a study on the most frequently asked questions of future college graduates and found that these two responses came up as the most popular: What are you doing after you graduate? Are you ready?

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I Sing The Body Electric

I celebrate the me to come. I toast to my own reunion, when I become one with the sun. Self-care is a journey. It’s not the kind of straightaway expedition where point A and point B are right next to each other. It’s a topsy turvy venture that will have you going around in circles […]

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