I Stayed Off Social Media For 24 Hours. This is What I Learned.

I had a YouTube marathon the other day, and it showed me two things: (1) I have an extremely small attention span and (2) I spend waaay to much time on my phone. I watched videos for about four hours straight. One of the videos I watched was Annie Long’s “24 hours without my phoneContinue reading “I Stayed Off Social Media For 24 Hours. This is What I Learned.”

My Realistic Quarantine Routine

For many, the hardest part of isolation due to Coronavirus is the change in routine. One of the first things I did was make a new routine to keep a little bit of normalcy in my life. I recently got back into bullet journaling, and I used a technique called time blocking to create thisContinue reading “My Realistic Quarantine Routine”

Small Productive Things to Do While Quarantined

I know you have probably seen at least 10 posts about what to do when you’re bored whilst at home, but this isn’t one of them. I mean, in some respects, yes. You can do these thing while you are bored, but they aren’t busy work, they are productive. These activities will add to yourContinue reading “Small Productive Things to Do While Quarantined”

How to Survive Quarantine With Your Parents

Let’s be real. As teens, we often, not necessarily fight, but have tense days with our parents. And as were all isolated with our parents for weeks on end it’s definitely not going to get any easier. I understand that this situation is probably way more stressful on adults than we recognize, but that doesn’tContinue reading “How to Survive Quarantine With Your Parents”

9 Things I Learned from my Health Teacher

This is probably not what you think it is. While I’m sure some people would love a run down of 9th grade sex ed, my class didn’t learn anything we were supposed to, so I can’t do that (even if I wanted to). Instead, I’m sharing important life tips that my heath teacher (may orContinue reading “9 Things I Learned from my Health Teacher”

Your feelings are valid

When someone is seeking comfort and advice, they are often told, “others have it worse” or  “that’s not that bad, last year I…” These types of replies teach us to repress our feelings, because someone else is worse off. When I would cry over a scratch after falling, my grandmother would shoot back, “There areContinue reading “Your feelings are valid”

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