30 day topic series: on love

30 day topic series: on love

I don’t feel like the most experienced person to talk about love, but who really is? We all see love differently through our own personal lens depending on what we’ve experienced, what we’ve witnessed, or what we want (or what we think we want). The following thoughts come from a place (three freaking years) of reflection and not desperation (I love love, but obviously not just anything will do). Continue reading “30 day topic series: on love”

An Open Letter To Every Boy Who “Doesn’t Want A Relationship Right Now”

But this though… On point.

Thought Catalog

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I hear you, dude. I hear you with flying colors. Some girls can be clingy. You like your space, and you care about your career and your gym time. After all, who needs romance when your bromance is at an all time high?

You’re trying to decipher what to do with your life and that’s fine. Being selfish and single at a young age is vital, and many women crave exactly the same freedom. The thing is, you’re going to meet a lot of great people along the way – people who are also happy, free, confused, and lonely at the same time (cue the Taylor Swift song – but really). Sharing this stage of your life with someone special can be equally as beneficial, and I’ve found that most guys want exactly that. They genuinely enjoy talking to someone on a daily basis and getting to know another…

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Open letter series 2 – Thanks

Dear parents,

Thank you. Thank you for at one stage in your lives being madly in love and for the one in a billion (this is a highly scientific mathematical guess obviously) chance that you actually made me. That blows my mind. I could easily – more easily than existing – have not existed. So thank you.

Thanks for not staying together. You’re both such different people I feel like staying together would have been detrimental to you both, and to me. This way I got to enjoy both my parents, happy, as themselves. Thanks for always being civil, for being more than civil – for being friends – to one another.

I know I’ve been incredibly lucky. I’ve never felt like I had to choose one side or another, because there were no sides, just our family. Not every kid gets to grow up like that.

I could go on and on because you’ve helped me grow up and you continue helping me now, to this day. But that would be a never ending blog post so I’ll stick with just this for now.