I'm turning 35 this month and my mental health and mental reflections have been haunting me and dramatically affecting my day to day life. I feel myself at a crossroads and am unsure how to proceed.
I have been at war lately with my feelings about family. At 35-years-old, you would think I would be comfortable being myself and not caring what other people think. Wouldn’t it be nice if all those memes on being strong and brave were true?
You know that moment when you reach the top of a roller coaster? The one when the train stops and lets you question all your life choices? It is a split second before 90 seconds of chaos.
There is so much on the internet now about speaking your truth. It is a beautiful concept. One I hope more people take advantage of as time progresses. However, it isn't always easy to open up and let the truth pour out.
I have read several books by L.G. Castillo, so when she sent me Stillwater Dusk, I was really excited to dig in. Because of school, I hadn’t had a chance to do a lot of reading the last year, but knowing how good the previous Castillo books were, I had to take some time off from my studies to sink into the newest creation of one of my must-read authors.
Probably one of the most anticipated movies of the year, Marvel’s Infinity War smashed box office records as people rushed out to catch the latest installment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). If you haven’t seen any of the Marvel films, then you have A LOT of catching up to do: ten year's worth. With the huge success of Black Panther earlier in the year, moviegoers were pumped up to see so many of the Marvel characters come together in Infinity War.