Post by Columbae Marie
I am so happy that the relaunch of Hailey Millette is FINALLY happening! So much has happened since the last time I had a chance to share a piece on this platform and I can’t wait to share with you all what I have learned. Thank you for being apart of this journey for Hailey, myself and the rest of the team! Enjoy!
Hello my lovelies :) This post marks the relaunch of my blog! I fell off the face of the earth last semester because college kept me busy. On the bright side, my classes helped me come back to you with a fresh perspective! One of my classes actually inspired me to write about this topic. The man who does not read...
Post by Erica Esmeralda
Dreams are quite peculiar subjects. They are a phenomena that occur within our mind and an unavoidable part of our lives. Dreams are different on a grand scale and spectrum from traumatic experiences to fun and life changing. A question that we may have all come across at some point in our lives is why do we dream? To answer that question, we simply do not know, we just do. Research shows that unless we don’t write down and document our dreams once we wake up, we forget about 95 percent of them. Frankly, that has happened to me more often than I care to admit; I forget it so quickly. Even just by sitting up on my bed, in that small matter of seconds I forget. I would strongly urge people to lay in bed for a couple of seconds to reprocess their dreams over and over then to write them down immediately.
Tea. Iced tea, green tea, peppermint tea. There is a tea to fit every person. Well, every person except the ones that don't like tea. I've always found myself to be more of a coffee person. I wake up, pour my daily cup and feel the caffeine rush through my veins, bringing my mind to life. The unhealthy cup of joe I consume may not clear my sinuses or help me get better when I am sick, but it sure does help me get through my day on barely any sleep.
Post by Columbae Marie
There is a cliche saying that goes, “In this world there are dreamers and there are doers,” and as silly as it sounds, it’s true. In life, most of us go through our basic schooling, and at the end of the 12 or 13 required years, we are given the freedom to choose what our future holds. The end of the road slowly approaches, and most find themselves stuck in the same place that they started, often, because they are simply afraid to be uncomfortable, and, even though they find themselves waking up everyday unhappy, it just isn’t enough of a push for them to go against the tide.