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be your be.

be your be. A company run by young women who are on the path of doing great things in the world. be your be. Proceeds from their merchandise go to help stop the stigma of mental health. These three women will change the world and how you view mental health. Not only are their shirts […]

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Losing Faith

When you are growing up, finding faith in “God” is hard enough. Add some tragedy into that and then you feel like you lost it all. Once my dad passed away, I remember going out to our butterfly garden we grew together and literally asking God why the hell he would do this. Why the […]

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Dear Grief

Dear Grief, You Suck. When one continues to grieve… you find yourself very vulnerable in different situations throughout the day. I hate it. I hate that even when I go to schedule an oil change that I have to be reminded that I can no longer say it is under “Troy Johnson” or that if […]

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Motivation or Nah

Have you ever experienced a night where you didn’t want to get ready for be or you feel too ‘lazy’ to want to even get up and brush your teeth? Then you wake up to start your day… typically a morning person, looking forward to that first cup of coffee yet you find it hard […]

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Single and Not Ready to Mingle

Listening to Miss Independent by Kelly Clarkson is the perfect fit right now. I am a very independent person who loves to be social, go to bed early, laughing with my mom with a margarita in hand, or being by myself with a good book and coffee. Growing up you sort of have a view […]

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Meet Hailey Jutz

I first met Hailey when we became sorority sisters back a few years ago at UMD, from there we both transferred to different Universities and I continued to follow her story. She continues to amaze me everyday through every post and journey being a rock star role model for all ages. Here is her story… […]

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The Feeling of Defeat

Being the age of 22 is a blessing and a curse. You feel like you have had enough experiences to write a book, but little do you know, life is just starting out for you. At the age of 19, I was diagnosed with depression and anxiety. In a hospital twice, and years of therapy. […]

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Grief vs. The World

One simple, “how are you hanging in there?”, “how is today going?”, saying something is better than nothing. I struggle everyday with hurting so badly on the inside when the rest of the world is still going. I may look okay on the outside but there is a constant cloud over me wherever I go. […]

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A Walk in Someone Else’s Shoes

If there is one thing that I have learned with my 22 years on Earth is that you never know what someone else is going through so always treat people with kindness. I was at my towns festival, North Hudson Pepper Fest. Lots of memories with my dad there, I was an ambassador on the […]

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The Art of Vulnerability

Sometimes I keep on forgetting that when I try to live my life, I lost my dad not even two months ago. The feeling of being vulnerable makes us say things we don’t mean, do things we wouldn’t normally do, and feel like we have a grey cloud over us everywhere we go. I started […]

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