You don’t need to buy God’s love.

By now you’re probably familiar with the college admissions scandal. Earlier in the week several people were charged with bribery in order to get their children into elite colleges like Yale University, and the University of Southern California and several others. Such bribes included paying money to forge SAT and ACT scores and paying others […]

You Can Keep Talking About It Or Do Something

“I want to take culinary classes”. “I want to eat healthy”. “I want to start saving money”. “I want to start a business”. “I want to travel more”. “I want to make a change”. We talk about our wants, desires and goals. When it comes to actually putting them into actions it’s a whole other […]

Living With Dyspraxia: Life in the Kitchen

I currently work in a kitchen as a chef. Some days by the end of my shift my chef jacket looks like a work of art that Picasso might’ve created. I absolutely love being in the kitchen and getting to create different dishes. I also happen to have Dyspraxia, otherwise known as developmental coordination disorder, […]

Peeling That Band-Aid Off

You fall down and scrape your knee or elbow and end up with a wound. What do you do next? Disinfect the wound and slap a band-aid over it to prevent anymore dirt from getting inside. When people or situations hurt you and leave you feeling wounded, how do you respond? How do you let […]

Living with My Dyspraxia: Kitchen Struggles

I currently work at a coffee roasting company as one of their cooks. It’s an interesting job and I get to make delicious food such as However, I also have dyspraxia. Dyspraxia, otherwise known as, DCD, Developmental Coordination Disorder affects between 2-10% of the population. It is under diagnosed in the United States and can […]

Living With My Dyspraxia: Exercise

Dyspraxia, also known as DCD, Developmental Coordination Disorder affects fine and/or gross motor coordination in children and adults. People with dyspraxia may find it extremely difficult to exercise or even to stay motivated. Many people with dyspraxia often have low muscle tone and poor hand eye coordination, which makes it hard for them to run/jump […]

18 Signs You May Have Dyspraxia

It took 26 years of my life for me to realize that I had dyspraxia. Before then, I had spent 26 years of my life wandering through life being diagnosed with ADHD and an “undiagnosable” learning disability. I was extremely clumsy, often tripping up and down stairs, constantly walking into strangers, and even dropping stuff […]

A Response To The Annapolis Shooting

Annapolis is my hometown. I can’t even begin to count the number of times I’ve hung out downtown with friends eating hot dogs from Pip’s Dock Street Dogs and licking an ice cream from Storm Bros. Ice Cream Factory as it’s melting faster than I can lick. Or the amount of times I’ve watched the […]

Who are you?

Who are you? How would you answer this question? For many years whenever someone asked me this, I would begin by listing my hobbies or things I liked. “I’m Libby. I like coffee and hiking.” OR “I’m Libby. I love crystals, and watching anime.” OR “I’m Libby. I love exploring abandoned buildings and reading.” It […]

We’re all “Works in Progress”

“I can’t wait until I lose this weight, I’ll be beautiful.” “I’ll stop working as much, and spend more time with my family once I get this promotion” “I need to study until I get accepted into Harvard, then I’ll hang out with my friends” “I can’t stop! I need this to be absolutely perfect!” […]