The Girl He Used to Know by Tracey Garvis Graves 📚 BOOK REVIEW

I listened to an audiobook version of The Girl He Used to Know on Audible. Tracey Garvis Graves Genre: Contemporary fiction/Romance Publisher: St. Martin's Press Originally published: April 2nd, 2019 Pages: 291 (hardcover) Audiobook length: 8 Hours 10 Minutes Blurb by the publisher: Annika (rhymes with Monica) Rose is an English major at the University of Illinois. Anxious in social situations... Continue Reading →

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You Can Miss Someone and Not Want Them Back

"I miss him." "Why? He broke your heart? You know he’s no good for you!" Sounds familiar? Well, I’m here to tell you that it’s perfectly okay to miss someone and not want them back! If you need it, then I hereby give you the total freedom to miss that someone. Just try to not... Continue Reading →

Sometimes Friendships End In Breakups

Friendship is a funny thing. Some last for years and years, while others for only a shorter period of time. Sometimes those who start out as acquaintances turn into friends, but other times it goes the other way around. Friends are so important to us all, but we also live out our own separate lives... Continue Reading →

Why I Deleted My Dating Apps

So, it's been three years since I had my last long term relationship. Three years of self-discovery, dating, heartbreaks, experiences, new friends, lost lovers and dating apps. But over a month ago, I deleted the dating apps on my phone, and today I'm going to tell you why. But first, let's talk about dating apps... Continue Reading →

How Easy We Take it for Granted

Let me tell you a little story... Today while I was sitting at a cafe in Copenhagen, I sat next to a woman and her father. The woman was crying, obviously frustrated and distraught. Her dad stroked her shoulder, and then he stood up to go and use the restroom. She then picked up her... Continue Reading →

Love is Still the Answer

If it's one thing that will never cease to amaze me, it's how much hurt people can experience and still be able to dare to love afterward. We all go through so much with our hearts in our hands, outstretched and vulnerable. Sometimes we experience that heart to meet another one, and they wrap themselves... Continue Reading →

Underneath You – POEM

Looking back on the time we spent together I remember who you were to me What you meant to me The feelings you sparked in me The touches I felt from you But who was I underneath you Other than a place of comfort A sense of relief from the loneliness And sparks of desire... Continue Reading →

Insomnia Baking – SHORT STORY

One night at the beginning of a new year, a body lay tossing and turning for hours in bed. She searched for the path into dreamland, but every direction she took led her to dark places of worries and thoughts. Her body grew restless of the searching, and in all the darkness and silence, she... Continue Reading →

The Blind Leading the Blind

To be the mom of a soon-to-be teenager is a bit scary. I remember very well how difficult a time that can be. The hormones, the changes, the challenges. Just being comfortable in your own body that seems like a strangers vessel is challenging enough on its own. And then you have the introduction to... Continue Reading →

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