Category Archives: Finding Passion

My Passion

You know that feeling when your car is still accelerating and you decide to leave? That’s how I feel with my piano. I haven’t had the chance to practice at all this week. That’s in part of my poor time … Continue reading

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Right Under My Nose

I’m so dumb. Here I am trying to pinpoint my passions, trying out new and exciting activities each week, and ultimately not doing much about it. This week was supposed to be yoga, but every time I opened up a … Continue reading

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My Bad Date – Overcoming Fear

I’ve been on plenty of dates. None of them were particularly terrible except for one. This date ended with a lingering hug that will haunt me until the day I die. why do I bring this date up? Because it … Continue reading

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Jumping In and Overcoming Fear

Picture this: You are standing at the edge of a large, outdoor swimming pool. The light blue water ripples in a slight breeze, the sun barely shining through a patch of clouds. You know that the water is going to … Continue reading

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Georgia During the Civil War – My Ancestors

There’s nothing like hearing you’re related to slave owning confederates and murderers. Susan Dotson, my lovely grandma, has been researching family history since the 60’s. While I spoke with her, she said her story started with her own grandmother, my … Continue reading

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Finding Your Passion Within… Literally

Did you know boxing is hereditary? Honestly, I didn’t even know skills could be passed down through genetics. Here’s a short post that describes how creativity is hereditary. I believe everyone has a burning desire to know who we are … Continue reading

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Doing 50 Squats Kills – My Boxing Experience

What I Learned Boxing takes a crazy amount of endurance and patience. When I got tired, I was still expected to keep moving. Tyler was super helpful, but I had no idea what I was doing, so he corrected me … Continue reading

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