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The Old Broad Speaks

The Old Broad Speaks

Hey, Denver Drivers, what’s the deal? I’m a transplant so maybe that’s why I don’t understand but, in every other city that I’ve driven in, pedestrians are out there and motorists drive accordingly. But not here in Denver. Oh no. Apparently, a pedestrian is a nuisance afforded the same concern as a bug splattered on […]

Never Let Social Anxiety Stop You from Going to the Salon

Never Let Social Anxiety Stop You from Going to the Salon

During my freshman year in high school, social anxiety hitched a permanent ride in my mind. Not “Twitter-version anxiety,” like feeling kind of awkward at a party with people I don’t know. “Actual-version anxiety,” like not leaving my apartment for days because I’m terrified of social interaction. It’s not like this every day, and it’s […]

Romantically Speaking: A Love Story in (“F”)rench Minor

Romantically Speaking: A Love Story in (“F”)rench Minor

Leave it to a love story to bring out the best in you. The entirety of my college excursion is a four year and one semester long story on love. A romantic retelling of me attempting to do my level best during the many ups-and-downs. About how I tried to alleviate the negatives along the […]

Haunted – Sifting Through the Pages of Mortality

Haunted – Sifting Through the Pages of Mortality

I honestly do try to find horror books that are out of the ordinary, a taste of something different, if you will.  That is why I truly enjoyed reading Chuck Palahmiuk’s exciting book, “Haunted”. I’ve frequently asked myself, what exactly defines the genre of horror?  Do people have to die?  Does there have to be […]

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