Leader. Face of the Franchise. Class act. Captain. David, I don't remember much about the summer of 2004, other than the fact that I was nervous about to starting high school in September, but I do remember you; a a baby face rookie. I think fans could tell you were going to be something special… Continue reading Oh Captain, My Captain
The word narcissism gets thrown around a lot these days, but I don't think people truly understand what it means. We often associate narcissism with people posting a significant amount of selfies on social media. What people don't realize is that everyone on this earth has narcissistic tendencies; but that doesn't make you a narcissist.… Continue reading Even Salt Looks Like Sugar
Sometimes it is too late to say sorry, because an apology in and of itself, isn't always enough. I've probably said "I'm sorry" more times this year than I ever have in my life. I've always been very good about treating everyone around me with the utmost respect. I'm not a troublemaker, I'm not overbearing… Continue reading Is It Too Late Now to say Sorry?
It's taken me a while to get to a point where I've become self aware of my actions, thoughts, feelings and decisions. One of the most important lessons that I've learned by going through all the tough stuff is to really think about my decisions and choices I make before I make them. It's so incredibly… Continue reading The Power of Healing
Under appreciated. Highly disrespected. Underrated. This is how the NFL world treats Eli Manning, Giants fans included. Truth of the matter is, no one appreciates the talent that's in front of them. Obviously, Manning hasn't retired but there was a rumor circulating that this could be his final season. Manning gets ostracized more than any… Continue reading Eli Manning: Hall of Famer
If you're hoping this article has to do with a lost, young clown fish named Nemo, that goes on an adventure in the deep blue sea with quirky fish named Dory, then I apologize for leading you on. Instead, this article looks into the happy, young gun Mets outfielder, Brandon Nimmo. Nimmo may not be… Continue reading Finding Nimmo
It has been a crazy few days since my last post ( in a happy way!). Since the last post was written in regards to a heavy, real life topic, I decided to focus this next post on my journey to becoming a healthier version of myself. As I mentioned in my very first fitness… Continue reading Nourish to Flourish
In case you didn't know, September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. After the year I've had and experiencing those suicidal thoughts myself, it gives September and what this month represents a whole new meaning to me. I'm not going to get into the details of my story (you can read about that here), but saying… Continue reading Suicide Prevention Awareness Month
I've watched countless number of friends get tattoos, and a little part of me always wanted on too. There was just one problem: I absolutely H A T E needles. By now, I think most of you know that I'm a diehard Mets fan. If you didn't know, SURPRISE! It's true. About two years ago,… Continue reading Ya Gotta Believe
While I maybe a sports loving, potty-mouthed gal with a definite tomboy side, one of my favorite things to do is shop. I absolutely love shopping. I can spend money like it's my job. My bank account is definitely not pleased about it. Now, while I love a good shopping trip, I bask in the… Continue reading Who Are You Wearing?