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First World Problems

They say that traveling broadens horizons and helps one to see that all people throughout the world are really not that different. Wrong, traveling makes you realize that some people throughout the world have really low expectations. 523 more words


The tricky issue

I’ve been a feminist for a little while now. Before we go any further I want to clarify what I mean by ‘feminism’ because it means something different to everybody and otherwise we’ll all just get in a terrible state. 484 more words


My ALS Thoughts

Today, on my way to the gym, my loving father mentioned that he had accepted the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge and that he would be joining the countless other social-media-crazed monkeys who were dunking themselves with ice water for a “good cause.” It would be an understatement if I said that I didn’t fly off the handle. 537 more words

My Heart

The Luxuries I Disown

I cannot speak
Of the “sorrowful mundane”
Of the warm luxuries
I am swift to disown

Comfort ensnares me
And I must never weep
Nor bellow in agony… 22 more words


The importance of having a cause

I once was having a conversation with a friend and, in typical-Kelly fashion, I became passionate about a global cause in which I was interested. And I watched as my friend’s eyes glazed over, questions ceased and, “Oh yeah, that’s nice,” became the only response elicited from her. 840 more words

First World

Day 47: Why You Gotta Be So Rude?

I follow a few different vloggers on YouTube. There are a bunch I am subscribed to and a few that I click on when they come up as suggested. 400 more words