hope all you babes had a great Christmas (if that’s what you celebrate) and I hope you have a Happy New Year!

With love,




“Don’t look for happiness in the same place you lost it”


This quote, embodies everything I’ve ever felt in relationships. If you have lost the “happy” in a relationship, it’s time to end it and move on. If you have lost a loved one, don’t think that getting back together will make you happier. Maybe temporarily, but you can’t find true happiness where you lost it. Instead lets strive to find new happiness somewhere else, somewhere that isn’t also filled with bad/sad memories. Make a new start, you’re allowed to have bad moments with someone, but you always have to make sure that the bad moments, aren’t more than the happy ones. If you don’t feel happy in your relationship at least once a day, maybe it’s time to move on.

Will I love again?


One of the worst parts about a break up, is that it completely shatters your ability to love. You don’t want anyone else, just them. And it seems as if it will always be that way, and it will, for a while. Eventually though, you will meet someone else, it won’t happen right away, but it will happen. The overwhelming doubt will eventually fade, the ” I’m never going to get married” thought will dwindle, and you’ll be able to open your heart again. But the reality is that you may be opening your heart to another heartbreak. They say with every heartbreak you’re that much closer to finding “the one” but what if you found “the one”, and he’s perfect in every way and everything you could ever want, but he has found “the one” in someone else. What if the love of your life, doesn’t love you? What if your heart breaks so many times that you give up, just before you meet Mr. Right? There are so many questions and complications about love. Where there is love, there is hope, but where there is no love, all that’s left is doubt, and an unsatisfying amount of sadness.

Casting older girls to play young girls


Has anyone ever noticed how the “18” year old on TV actually looks like they’re 25?? Well that’s because they are. Lets take the show “Pretty Little Liars” currently in the show, the girls are supposed to be in their senior year of high school. So they should be 17 or 18. But the character Hannah is 24 in real life. The character Aria is 25. The character Emily is 27, and the character Spencer is 29. What I hate more than anything about this, is that it gives teenage girls an unrealistic expectation of what they need to look like in high school. They see these girls in their mid and late 20’s playing high schoolers, and they think they should look like that. But they shouldn’t, when you’re in high school you’re still a child. These actresses are women. So why do they cast it like this? Is it because the women in their late 20’s are so much better actors? Because I can find them some extremely talented teenagers to cast. When I was growing up, I imagined at 16 I would look like a fully grown woman. That’s just so unrealistic. Since age 16, my breasts have almost doubled in size, and my face has gotten more mature. But because of the way 16 year olds are casted on TV, I thought that I should look like a woman when I was still a child.

modern day romance – tinder


If you’re a college student like me, there’s a 90% chance you’ve heard of “tinder”. Although I just completely made up that statistic, unless you live under a rock that doesn’t see the light of social media, you’ve probably heard of the app. So what is it? Basically Tinder is an app where you can swipe left(no) or right(yes) on someone strictly based on pictures, a 180 word bio, and common interests via Facebook. It has become the way for college kids to essentially meet potential “hook ups”. It’s not like people go on Tinder hoping to find a meaningful lifelong partner, considering most people only swipe based on looks. It is the modern day romance. “We met on Tinder.” is just an absolutely horrible story in my opinion. Tinder is worse than any other form of “dating” site. Because it is merely just for hook ups. I have yet to meet a person who says they met their current boyfriend on tinder. At least sights like and eharmony produce loving relationships. Whatever happened to courtship, whatever happened to a boy picking me up with flowers and taking me out for a nice meal. Is it too much to ask for a little chivalry? The sad part is, we’ve allowed men to think it’s okay. We’ve allowed them for a while to invite us over to their house and have sex and then leave. We haven’t required them to take us out on these fancy dates. But let’s do it. If we all stop giving the V, and if we all get off tinder, boys will have no choice but to grab life by the balls and ask a beautiful woman out on a beautiful date.