Despite all of these blogger awards being like one massive chain message, it’s so rewarding to get recognition and support from other bloggers out there. Continue reading “The Blogger Recognition Award”
As a child, I distinctly remember a friend of mine observing “Wow, you’re butt is kind of big”. It is true – even as a child I was curvy. Continue reading “The Kardashians helped me become confident with my curves”
As a teenager, privacy in a house full of family can be difficult. My room is the only place where I truly feel it belongs to me and I can do whatever I please. I am lucky to have parents who don’t restrict me in any way when it comes to expressing my creativity. One way I express myself is through creating a space that represents me.
“When everyone at school is speaking one language, and a lot of your classmates parents also speak it, and you go home and see that your community is different – there is a sense of shame attached to that.”
– Sonia Sotomayor
When I read about becoming a teenager in books when I was a child, I only thought my life would become easier. Continue reading “Why?”