Category: Let’s Learn to Love You

Coffee Date with Savy Leiser!

Welcome to Savy Leiser week! We have an exciting week including this interview with Savy, a book review of her debut novel, The Making of a Small-Town Beauty King coming this Wednesday, and two children book reviews for her Furever Home Friends series, releasing this Friday! So join me…

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This Is For You

Dear Creators, To all those who work hard putting every ounce of energy they have into their creations in hopes it touches one person’s life–thank you. To all those who understand the sacrifices that needs to be made in order to pursue your passion–thank…

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Celebrate Small Wins

Anxiety can be the devil that appears out of nowhere. You may be able to trace it back to a reasoning, but sometimes you can’t. This only makes it harder to jump over the hurdles and get back to your normal state. Anxiety doesn’t define who…

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Camp NaNoWriMo Tips

For those unfamiliar, Camp NaNoWriMo is the summer version of NaNoWriMo, which happens in November for National Novel Writing Month. This is a month where writer’s pledge to write 50,000 words in one month. What a writer works on to get those words is entirely up to…

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“You Matter, Hannah Baker”

As I took to writing this post, I realized there was so much I wanted and needed to say. While this is a long post, it is condensed heavily from what I originally wrote. This post does contain spoilers. Warning: Content written on mental illness, suicide, self-harm, and rape…

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It’s Okay to Ask for Help

May is Mental Health Awareness month, a month where we place extra focus on mental health, but in reality, mental health should always be in the forefront of our mind. Mental illness is complicated and often difficult to speak about. I constantly try to write about it and place my…

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Welcome 2017

New Years Eve has come and gone before I could even fathom sitting down to focus on my goals for 2017. Ideas have floated in and out, but my life has been a whirlwind the past few weeks that my normal routine for preparing for the new year has been…

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