In an effort to write more often (think: at least once a week), here I am! Problem is, I really feel like I don’t have much to say. Especially since my mind feels like absolute mush. Lows Car This week was an absolute doozy. My car was hit (while parked in front of my house)…… Continue reading What a week.
Hi! It is my favorite month of the year. MAY! Spring is in full swing, my tomato plant is thriving, and it’s my birthday month. Truly, why wouldn’t you love this month?! Because May tends to keep my in a perpetually good mood (except when Patrick leaves for the summer…) I decided to share five…… Continue reading five things / may 2019 edition
Okay, so I used to be a really terrible goal setter. To be honest, I still sort of am – well, let’s just say I have room for improvement. Sure, I’ve learned about SMART goals a thousand times and spent all of last year walking students through goal setting and achieving, but when it came…… Continue reading April Goals Recap & May Goals
Hello world! I am alive and well. I haven’t written here in quite some time. Partially because I didn’t feel inspired, partially because I was out enjoying life so much, and mostly because I could never bring myself to just sit down and write. Some notable life events since the last time we’ve talked: I…… Continue reading A Juliana Update
Hi! Happy Monday! I’ve recently decided to start writing on here more often… I’m aiming for once a week and we will see what happens from there. I don’t know what I’ll write about, if it’ll be personal or random, serious or silly, but I do know that writing helps flex my creative muscle which…… Continue reading five things [8/27/18 edition]
I am dancing with my five year old self. She stumbles over her feet. She doesn’t know what to do with this body that grows faster than she can chase her sister in the yard! She throws her head back and laughs, with reckless abandon, at every silly face I make. Every dance move that,…… Continue reading I am dancing with my five year old self.
This has been a really hard summer for me. It’s not something I’ve shared with many people, but it’s been so hard. I’d never felt so defeated and hopeless and for so many reasons, too. Truthfully, at the root of it all, I felt as though I had failed myself. My worst critic. And I…… Continue reading the summer sun.