Hand-in-hand with many mental illnesses is self-sabotage. This is when we consistently behave destructively toward ourselves, sabotaging the good things in our lives. The focus here is on that moment when you look back at the choices you’ve made and ask yourself Why Do I Destroy Everything Good In My Life? 1. You Don’t Deserve It … More 5 Reasons You Destroy Everything Good In Your Life
This is for the freshmen student, struggling to understand the algebra 1 chapter 2 before his test on Thursday. This is for the senior student, who is balancing school, volleyball, and a job and who is running on a maximum of 4 hours of sleep each night. This is for the perfectionist, who is devastated … More Thoughts on Standardized Testing
In the midst of everyday chaos, we must still stop to consider what is truly important in life. I think about this more the older I grow; I remind myself that what may seem to be the end of the world really isn’t, and there are more important things to focus on. I realize this … More God Save the Queen!
As summer ends and the leaves begin to fall, the children go back to school. School in my area started on the 25th of August, which, to my surprise, was only two weeks ago! Every year before this one, I never really applied my self to school. I always was able to get by without … More A Long Two Weeks
One of the biggest theme parks over here in Germany is Europa Park, and it was my last thing to check of my list before going back to school. It was a two and a half hour road trip up there with three of my friends, but when we got there it was well worth … More EUROPA PARK
Hi, my name is Madison. I was born in Omaha, Nebraska, but claim San Antonio, Texas, as my home. My family is in Wyoming, Texas, Nebraska, Montana, Wisconsin, and many other places. When people ask me where I came here from, I say Fort Benning, Georgia, but when people ask me where I live, I … More Frozen Sushi and No Free Refills
Mykonos, Greece, was unlike any other stop we made while my family and I were in the Mediterranean. With its white-washed buildings, bright, sapphire blue painted accents, and its gorgeous red-pink flowers, Mykonos natural charm will take your breath away! Getting to Mykonos’ center town is a bit tricky since cars aren’t allowed to drive … More Mykonos, Greece; A Jewel of the Mediterranean