Hello's are really just a beautiful blend of doubtful and joyful anticipation. They can be the start of something so new, and so exciting. But they can also be the beginning of something that's going to cause a lot of heart ache in the future. Since I've moved to university, I've experienced both these hello's.
Goodbyes are strange things, bittersweet, if you will. They’re filled with the remnants of laughter and sweet memories made, but also the heartache of the distance to come. Sometimes when you say goodbye, you simply don’t know when you’re going to say hello again. So, to my loving Jelly Fam, until we meet again, here's goodbye.
This is a story that in my memory as a six year old, 100% happened. Even though the rational part of my brain disagrees, it is a memory I hold close to my heart, and try not to think about the logistics of. Because honestly, it was a sweeter, simpler time when logic didn't matter because you had little blue fairies to meet in the middle of the night.
While I’ve been gone for a few months, I really dealt with writers block, insecurities and a lot of misplaced emotions. This post includes a poem regarding how I felt, and the story of how I managed to over come it. This is something I believe can be useful to everyone, not just writers. Because we all have something we’re putting off, somewhere to start and something to finish.
I'm seventeen now! So, seeing as how I am now super mature, and have gained a ton of wisdom in the past few days, here are 17 things I've learnt since turning 17!
"That little, useless human was a total attention hog! When I made a cool piece of artwork at school and tried to show everyone, they decided that her spitting up was cooler than my amazing art skills." This is a story about my three-year-old self and her relationship with her sister.
Everyone has insecurities and fears, I do too, and it’s easy to get sucked down the wormhole of “what if’s” and “I’m not good enough”. This is something I’m trying to get out of that. I’m creating my own alter ego! Read more about this challenge, and give it a try!
The recipe to happiness is a little more of courage, a little less of hesitation and a whole lot of desire to have fun! It's necessary to be a renegade and break free from the "caring too much about what others think" attitude of society, and to just do what makes you happy. I learnt this from two really special, fun individuals. This is their story.
Hey! So, a little bit about me? My name is Prisha, and I’m 17 years old. I’m at the point where I have to make some big decisions about myself and what the rest of my life is going to look like. This whole process can be super taxing and some of us, myself in particular, get into this constant circle where we just go through the motions, and we focus on simply surviving …