During high school I was overweight, angry, depressed, and unhappy. My aunts encouraged me to go away to school. I chose one 400 miles away in upstate New York. I was so afraid. I was still so angry. I used to isolate myself, overeat, and say nutty things to people. I was spiraling further into a hole of self despair than ever before.
By the end of my first year I had a reality check and I learned that I am fully in control of my own life. After I began to evolve as an adult my life improved. I made close friends, I had my first romantic relationships and I built my confidence up much further than it ever was before, especially after I lost 40 pounds.
Four years after college graduation, I am in a much happier place now. I’m still trying to figure out what I can contribute to society. One thing I do know is that I love to write. I can’t satisfy the desire I have unless I sit down in front of a computer screen and type away, or I scribble in my journal on a train, at my desk at home, in a park, or in front of the water.
This blog is my baby at the moment. I want to create content that resonates with other young women. I can see how I have improved as a writer and as a person. I’m proud of me. I hope I can continue to gain more followers as I navigate the ups and downs of sharing pieces of my world with all of you. Putting all of my feelings out there on the Internet is empowering. I truly hope you enjoy what you read here.
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