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Realities and Visions: A Birthday Post

Hello, dear readers! These are some of my favorite posts to write, because I only get to do it once a year. But tomorrow is my BIRTHDAY! So, here on the blog, I love to write a reflective post (because honestly, that's just the type of person I am), because birthdays are such a reflective… Continue reading Realities and Visions: A Birthday Post

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A Very Important Shout-Out

Friends. Today is a very important day. It's my Mom's birthday! Those who you know me personally know how important this woman is to me and how close I am to my Mom. She's practically one of my best friends. Hell, just last week, we went shopping together and spent one-on-one time together just because… Continue reading A Very Important Shout-Out

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25: Or, The In-Between Birthday

Today is my 25th birthday! Twenty Five. Two-Five. 25. That's a...really crazy number, to me. I'm sure plenty of people will look at that and say, Wow Nicole, you're really not that old or respond with, Everyone thinks they're super old on their birthday, it's typical. Yet this one is both special and yet sad, I think, because, in… Continue reading 25: Or, The In-Between Birthday

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The World Ahead…

Friends! Today* is my birthday! Birthdays are crazy things, especially as you get older. I turned 24. My age is only reflected in the amount of bills I owe and the amount of "real world job experience" I have on my resume, as physically, some people still mistake me for a high school student (why? just why?),… Continue reading The World Ahead…

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23: Or the Attempt at Adulting while Clinging to the Teenage Boy at Heart

Hello faithful (or not -- no judgement here) readers! Today is a special day: it's my birthday *cue confetti and sparklers*  I can't believe that I am already 23 years old. I definitely don't feel 23. And what is special about 23? To me, it is just a signal that I'm becoming ancient and more… Continue reading 23: Or the Attempt at Adulting while Clinging to the Teenage Boy at Heart