I am a recent graduate from College of Mount Saint Vincent, earning my B.A. in English with a concentration in secondary education. I have experience writing for my school paper and being Editor in Chief/Content Creator for Odyssey Online.
I am looking for freelance writing opportunity's, eager and willing to write for any type of genre and platform of writing. Contact me for references.
I started attending The College of Mount Saint Vincent 4 years ago as a naive freshman, who was both nervous and excited for what college would have in store for her. Well sure enough, the years flew by and I'm now about to start my final semester at CMSV...wow that went fast!
One year they're six years old coming to camp for the first time after a round of chemo, battling with their illness and the loss of their hair...and the next year they come back with a full head of gorgeous new locks, a smile on their face, and a hunger to conquer camp all over again.
Women are beautiful and powerful creatures who have a thirst for life and thought. As a nation, we need to start raising the future generations of this country to stop mocking girls and women of intellect, let girls know that it is okay to ask questions and absorb as much knowledge in a lifetime as possible, and to never, ever, try to dim your light because you think that your community expects you to.
Ever since I was a little girl, I had a passion for writing. Picking up a pen, putting it to paper, and being hypnotized by what unfolded before my eyes, was always--and continues to be--an exhilarating past-time for me. It didn't make a difference to me as to what form my thoughts would appear on paper.
In the wake of Donald Trump's inauguration and the Women's March, which drew about 3.3 million people to demonstrate in more than 500 US cities, women across the country are questioning whether their rights to health care access will be challenged in the coming months.
A few years ago, I made the proactive decision to stop making a list of New Year's resolutions. Why should I partake in an archaic societal activity that dates back thousands of years, when its sole purpose is to set your New Year up for failure?
About 40-50% of marriages end in divorce every year. With all of the pain and reality of the heartache sinking in, more likely than not the children of that newly "broken household" are left to deal with the aftermath of dividing the assets.
I believe that if people stopped for a moment to just acknowledge and cherish the wonderful people in their life--especially on days where it's not customary or expected--the world (little by little) would become a more loving and peaceful place.
The beauty of music will forever continue to be my safe haven. It will continue to lend me a shoulder when I need to cry and it will continue to expand my mind in order to let me grow into the woman that I'm meant to be.
Dear Future Husband, Every little girl at some point dreams about her wedding day. Images of what she would wear, who her bridesmaids would be, where would she travel for the honeymoon danced around her mind. For me, however, I was more preoccupied with the idea of who would be standing by me through the most important day--and decision--of my life.
However as we all know, since CNN alerted us all like it was an ISIS update, Brangelina is no more as of last week. Their love story is coming to an end and according to the cover of the New York Post, Jennifer Aniston couldn't find this predicament any more entertaining to watch.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, "Young people aged 15-24 acquire half of all new STDs and that 1 in 4 sexually active adolescent females have an STD...Compared with older adults, sexually active adolescents aged 15-19 years and young adults aged 20-24 years are at higher risk of acquiring STDs for a combination of behavioral, biological, and cultural reasons."