The Vulnerability Challenge

It’s been quite a year. I stopped writing for a while. I didn’t know how to process certain events...and so I ran away from them! I numbed myself to feeling pain - not realizing that it also numbed me to joy, true community, and all the beautiful moments that make life worth living. Emotional unavailability … Continue reading The Vulnerability Challenge

From Homeschooler to NYC Business Executive: Does Homeschooling Produce Successful Adults?

My childhood was unconventional, to say the least. When I entered college, I avoided telling anyone about my educational background because I already knew their reaction. Wide, surprised eyes, then their brows would crease in confusion. “Homeschooled? From preschool to college?! But you’re so normal! What was it like?” I grew tired of explaining it. … Continue reading From Homeschooler to NYC Business Executive: Does Homeschooling Produce Successful Adults?

Don’t Settle

What does love look like? And why is it worth waiting for? Last year was wild. Through a variety of relationships and experiences, I feel like I've learned a little more about what love looks like - and what it absolutely is not. True love is selfless. True love is sacrifice. It’s prioritizing the physical, … Continue reading Don’t Settle

Summer ’16: Meemom’s

I thought this summer would be full of adventure. Spontaneous trips to NYC, late night excursions with friends from home and school, numerous beach days - too many to count. Instead, my summer consisted of (speed) walking between a kitchen and tables, surrounded by grey blue walls and the aroma of freshly brewed coffee. Meemom’s, … Continue reading Summer ’16: Meemom’s