Culture Shock
Kendra

Swimsuit Malfunction

via Looking back at life abroad, the funniest moments have to do with bathingsuits… If you haven’t read the bikini, you might want to. At the age of 11, while my brown skinned, brown eyed, and blackhaired girlfriends began to go through puberty; my very pale skinned self was no where near. I was flat as a pancake. My Mother,

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Grief
Kendra

We Give You a Year

Losing anyone, is painful. Losing a parent, especially at a young age, is devastating. The summer I lost my Father, I somehow, packed my things and headed back to University. It was not something I necessarily wanted to do, I just did not know what else to do. I couldn’t be in the same house as my Mother at that

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Fun Facts
Kendra

Happiness

I have been slowly researching and writing out parts of my book, but one thing that I wanted to stress, is finding happiness. Happiness For so many, happiness is just a fleeting moment, a moment of laughter, an afternoon of contentment, it is not a constant state of mind. How sad, because I was once that person, someone who complained,

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24 Things Women Over 30 Should Wear

Warning: Brilliant post ahead, as well as the F bomb! As you already know, I grew up in a pretty strict, and strange environment, and dress was always conservative to a point of being a yawn fest. I LOVE THIS!

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Defining Roots

My Father and I never talked about him dying when he was diagnosed with cancer. We just avoided the conversation. In many ways, I felt, he knew he was going to die, and he was at peace with it. I remember vividly, one conversation we had, when I was about 15. We were spending 2 weeks together, alone, my Mother

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Grief
Kendra

Anxiety vs. Depression

 via Funny enough, I was diagnosed with clinical depression at the age of 18, only, they got it wrong, very wrong. I like defining Anxiety as having too many feelings, and Depression is almost a lack of feelings. This is over simplified, but it is the only way to describe it. When I was 18, I suffered from PTSD, and

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