i am twenty and i am the ocean
“one that asks to be left alone, but does not apologize for existing.”
To anyone whose thoughts have grown to be white noise, and you just want your brain back. Or to anyone trying to learn how to exist outside of your head. Or to anyone trying to build a home in themselves and find their peace in right now.
However, this is primarily a note to self.
“don’t get me wrong, i am having the time of my life. this city is even more than i could have ever imagined it to be. steeped in a rosy glow that makes even the cloudiest days and dirties métro stations look beautiful.”
THIS WEEK: I’m now able to read, and I’ve unpacked another thing that was holding me back from deep, meaningful, and truthful self-love.
spoiler alert: they’re not necessary
“If things aren’t working, do everything in your power to change it.”
Hi! It’s been a while. Sophomore’s year’s over and now I’m at half-time. (Gonna write once a week all summer! Stay tuned.)
an update for may
In pursuit of cleaning and simplifying my life, I deleted my social media to give myself ~space~. In case you didn’t know- ever since the 7th grade, when I first made my Facebook, I have been tragically dependent on social media. This isn’t your typical “social media is bad” Medium article– so keep reading.