I started this blog to virtually express my life and experiences. I’m a 26-year-old college graduate who is ever-evolving into whoever it is I am suppose to be. I keep this blog almost as an archive of my own thoughts, for they are in constant metamorphosis. I write what is on my mind, I write what I feel is true, and I am always open to discussion.
For the most part, all content you find here is going to be neutral. I try to avoid content and wish to make this a platform by which to spread good and not evil. I recently discovered that I enjoy photography and writing about music, so that will also be something I hope to continue pursuing.
I recently quit my day job to take on freelancing as a content manager of all things digital. I am currently learning more about photography to create even better content for myself and my clients! Learning has always intrigued me, and I try to remain in a constant state of knowledge absorption. This flaw or asset has made me a jack of all trades, but a master of none.
I run a small business online and manage my own content, inventory, sales, and marketing. I sell vintage and old pawn Native American jewelry and rare finds. I have been curating my collection for the better part of two years, and I do what I do with passion. Opening my own store has always been a goal of mine, and when I was able to finally launch in August of 2017, it was a dream come true. You can check out my store here.
At 26, I don’t have anything figured out. I do what makes me happy, strive my best to be a genuinely decent human, and remain true to my own core values and system of beliefs. I am not a planner. I’m not organized and I don’t believe in mapping out my days and weeks. I like to live moment to moment and absorb all the good that I can, so as to better understand what it is that makes life worth living.
It’s the small things, from my perspective. The milestones are great, but the transitional phase before these monumental moments, the stepping stones that pave the way, are made up of the very clay that mold us.
These blogs are my philosophies, my version of art, and my own words. I hope that you enjoy them and realize that I am grateful for every time you chose to read what I have to say.
Also, I am a firm believer in the Oxford comma. That’s all.