Sometimes when you get older, you grow apart from certain things. For example, when you become a teenager, you no longer want to watch Sesame Street anymore (well maybe.) But you catch my drift. You start to have different tastes in food and different interest in tv. And sometimes, friends. Well recently, I had this … Continue reading Letting Go of Old Friends
Since my dose on my anti-depressant was upped I have no need for my anxiety medicine as much. I used to take it twice a day but now I'm down to one. It's feels great. You all know I don't like taking my meds. I don't like taking medicine period. I also don't like the … Continue reading No Anxiety Medicine
I gained the nickname "Writer Chick" from my mom because I write so much. I have a passion for it the same way some men do about football; in translation, I take it seriously. There has never been a time when I wasn't writing something down. Expressing myself in words make me feel at ease. … Continue reading Writing Is Therapeutic
I have a lot of things that have happened in my life that I am perfectly fine talking about. I can put almost anything out there, but somethings hold me back. Talking about certain things with my family and friends that make me uncomfortable. I recently published a post called "What Triggered My OCD." I … Continue reading Things I Can’t Talk About
I can’t sit through movies. It’s not that they are boring, but my attention span is short. When I watch movies at home I watch them in segments. Watching them full on I lose interest in what is going on. Sitting in movie theaters is dreadful for me. I am okay with comedies because that … Continue reading Movies Are Boring!
When I created Where the Tiara Fits, I didn't realize that I was telling the internet all my secrets. The things I write in the blog I wouldn't tell anymore in person. It's weird because there are more people who will listen to you on the internet. Maybe because they can't see me in person? … Continue reading Telling the Internet Your Secrets
So what has been happening to me? I have been discovering myself as a writer and a person. While I was in college, I had an idea where I wanted to go, but couldn't get there. I tried my hardest to figure something out, but I felt my brain wasn't working. I was stuck. I … Continue reading How This Started