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    Thank You to My Brothers, From Your Sister

    Growing up I always wished my mom would get pregnant again and somehow make another girl this time. Because I always felt outnumbered, there were two boys and one of me trying to make my way in the family. But little did I know that those two little boys I grew up with would grow […] More

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    To My Grandma in Heaven, I Wish I Could Have One More Day With You

    No matter how long ago you faced the greatest loss of your life, there will be days that you feel like you just heard the news. I still remember walking into my house and hearing the words, “sit down we need to talk.” That was the day my heart shattered into billions of pieces and […] More

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    I Found Happiness by Breaking the Chains of Your Love

    Falling in love is truly the best and worst thing that I’ve experience in my short life. Maybe it wasn’t falling that was the worst part, but it was realizing that what once consumed my life was now a one sided street. I was walking towards something that was no longer there. My heart skipped […] More

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    An Open Letter to My Former Home, The Marching Band

    So many people thank their friends or their families for showing them their path in life. They say that these people had such a huge impact on their life and I don’t disagree. But today I am thankful for something else, an activity that showed me what I could actually do and many things that […] More

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    To the Friends I Left in 2016

    If 2016 taught me anything, it was that some people are better left in your past and there’s a reason for everything that you lose in life. Never would I imagine to walk out of 2016 without people that I considered my best friends, and walk in to the new year with people I never […] More

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    51 Mantras if Your Coffee Isn't Being the Best Pick Me Up

    Everyone needs a little reminder from time to time that everything will be okay. A “pick me up??? if you want to call it that. Some days are hard and you feel like midnight can’t come soon enough and the day just needs to end. For the days like those, here are the things you […] More

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    35 Sounds I'd Rather Fill My Ears Than Christmas Music

    Christmas season is in full swing and we all know what that means. Red Starbucks cups filled with controversy. Decorating the tree and making your office space festive. Cars with reindeer antlers. The dreaded Christmas music. Yes; I said dreaded and Christmas music in the same sentence. There are so many things I’d rather here […] More

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    We Will Always Be Unfinished Business

    When someone says your name my heart still skips a beat, my throat tightens and I can feel my eyes well with tears.  My mind still wonders where you are. My body still craves you beside me, touching me, kissing me, holding me.  It's been awhile since we've been together but, my feelings for you […] More

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    10 Thoughts I Have While Shopping on Black Friday

    Black Friday. Those two words bring up so many thoughts. Chaos, a very late night, and maybe a few elbows to the face. We go every year and at the end of the night promise that we would never go back. But as you are packing up all your money and heading to your nearest […] More

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    My Dream: Degree Not Required

    Leaving for college can be the most stressful experience of your life and can make you not want to be anywhere but in your mother’s arms again. Maybe that’s just me. But leaving college to come back home, for good not just for break may become an even bigger stress than you imagine. Yes, I […] More

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    To the Skinny Girls, from Your 'Not So Skinny' Friend

    All over social media I see fat shaming and nine times out of ten the girl isn’t even chubby. I also see skinny shaming claiming the girls are having eating disorders and whatnot.  That to me isn’t something to joke about and I don’t understand why anyone pokes fun at someone because they aren’t the […] More

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    My Love May Not Be a Pediatric Surgeon, But Please Be Like Alex Karev

    “Each of you comes here today hopeful, wanting in on the game. A month ago, you were in med school being taught by doctors. Today… you are the doctors. The seven years you spend here as a surgical resident will be the best and worst of your life. You will be pushed to the breaking […] More

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