July was probably the darkest month of 2022 for me. The usually bright and cheery month was marred by a series of violent crimes—including the
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Late last year, I was hospitalized for almost 2 days due to liver issues. Lying in the hospital bed, I realized that the stress I
Everyone has that one music album that makes them feel unlike they ever have before. Or maybe it’s a book. Or a piece of artwork.
Growing up I’ve been surrounded by Ecuadorian culture; both my parents are from Ecuador and I consider myself Ecuadorian. I haven’t met many Ecuadorians growing
My dad and I don’t really talk. There’s not much beyond the “how was work”s or “how was school”s and I can count on my
“And they all lived happily ever after.” We’ve heard these words a million times since we were children, bringing our stories and fairy tales to
Growing up in America I rarely see any representation of Ecuadorian culture. The only representation in Western media I’ve noticed growing up was Mexican culture
Once you graduate from high school the most common question that people ask is What’s your career plan? What are you going to pursue? What
Women need to be credited for discoveries and achievements they made that most people don’t know about.
A few days ago my mom asked me an interesting question. The question was, “What is one thing that is important for you, but it’s
More often than we think we forget the little moments of life as we strive for the big. Forgetting summer lazy afternoon picnics or rather
Depression, we all know the definition of what is meant by depression, but do we really understand it?