Rebellion. What is it? When is it right? When is it wrong? Is it worth it? Are you a rebel? Am I? Should we be? Do we need to be hormonal teenagers who wear ripped jeans and smoke cigarettes to be rebels? Who knows. The many degrees of rebellion make it hard to categorize the … Continue reading Ripped Jeans and Cigarettes?
Are you a person who reflects over the previous year, every year? If you are this person, please pat yourself on the back and humbly accept these 20 hypothetical life points. If you are not this person, like me, we probably share this common wonder over how and why do certain people reflect over every … Continue reading Identity Crisis
In my very first blog post, I mentioned that I ditched Procrastination Nation and as any procrastinator could predict, that did not last long. In the last three months of the year, a period I refer to as the great depression, my performance in my English class deteriorated. If somehow you don't know what I am … Continue reading The Struggle Bus
*This post is more effective when read aloud with your best impression of a sassy voice fry. * THE DIARY OF TRACEY, THE GIRL WHO (APPARENTLY) DATES BOOKS. 09/05/2003 DEAR DIARY, this year has been SUCH an ADVENTURE! I remember back in February when I finally dumped Fiction because he kept making the claim … Continue reading THE DIARY OF TRACEY
Although Thanksgiving has passed, here is a list of 50 things I am thankful for and that you may not care about. *Narrator voice narrating your life* And just at this moment, [Stacy/Dylan/insert your name] has lost interest in this particular post. [She/He/It] proceeds to think about more relevant matters such as [the leftover turkey in their … Continue reading 50 Things I am Thankful for
Open a new tab to google Victoria Secret, and notice how the official Victoria Secret site describes its own products as “the world’s best bras. The sexiest lingerie. The most beautiful supermodels.” Making such claims may be an excellent ruse for marketing, and whether or not they are true, they influence society’s values and break us. … Continue reading Victoria’s Secret is Out
Sixteen years of existence on this lovely planet and I still do not know how to feel about school, social interaction, and the United States. I absolutely have no firm opinion on the subjects previously listed, but I can tell you that this is mostly true for the U.S. I am not an American myself … Continue reading America: the Land of Opportunities