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Reflecting On “Addicted: Notes from the Belly of the Beast” (Review)

“If I have a few drinks every single night before I go to bed, does that mean I have an addiction?” A friend said mockingly. “Of course it does!” “The question you should ask yourself is why would you drink every night. It’s only an addiction if you depend on it,” Argued another. The casual

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Roundabouts.

I wanted to take the time today to reflect on the past month, and to introduce a series that I have been working on for quite a while now called Don’t Speak, a collection of stories and an in depth analysis on major events and issues that are not discussed enough in society. Additionally, I

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An Honest Review: “The Voice Of Knowledge” by Don Miguel Ruiz

I caved. I’ll admit it. I finally read the infamous series I heard so much about. My family told me to read it, every lifestyle blogger alive told me to read it, my dog told me to read it, even my my neighbor yelled over the fence, “You have to read this book!!” I may

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Learning to Trust Yourself

From a young age we become accustomed to chasing recognition and approval- whether that may be from our classmates or our teachers. It’s not always easy to catch this habit. We rely on others in many forms. Sometimes, it’s asking someone whether or not you should post a photo. Other times it’s something much more

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“Ashes”

Ashes the small town she grew up in became engulfed in dancing flames memories burnt to ashes among forgotten names her heart begged her to run but something told her to stay light broke through the dust filled clouds revealing just who to blame she spent her life burning bridges wasting away her worry filled

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