OH. MY. GOODNESS. That’s all I can say after seeing the Fifty Shades Darker trailer that was recently released. I was already giddy with excitement knowing that the next movie in the series was going to be coming out, but they really out did themselves. Now before we further discuss and dissect the trailer, here it is for those that have not seen it yet. Need a minute? I know I did after … [Read more...] about Holy Moses! The Release of the Fifty Shades Darker Trailer
Summer has always been my very favorite season. In summer, the weather’s nice and warm; you can break out those cute sundresses again... And best of all, there’s no school. But once we enter the so-called “real world,” summer vacation becomes a thing of the past. Instead of sleeping until noon and lounging by the pool all day, we now have to spend those glorious months of summer in an office … [Read more...] about I Lost Summer Vacation, When Can I Have Fun?
I'm packing my bags for Alexandria, VA and heading off to present at the Mental Health America Conference this week! The Power of Storytelling Gutless, Grateful and the Power of Words: Healing Through Our Stories I couldn't be more excited to be part of this year's conference. And this year's theme particularly excited me: Media, Messaging and Mental Health. In their own words: MHA's … [Read more...] about 25 Ways to Fight Stigma in the Media
I have been going on road trips for almost my entire life, both short (only an hour or so) and long (up to nine hours). I’ve even been on three choir tours in college, during which I essentially live in a charter bus for one week. So, I feel like at this point I have some road trip wisdom to pass on. Going on a summer road trip can be a great way to bond with friends or family. Overcoming … [Read more...] about My Top 10 Summer Road Trip Essentials
I recently wrapped up my junior year of college. This is exciting because now I get to look forward to spending time with my friends and family this summer. At the same time, though, I have to prepare for my senior year of college—my last year of college. Scary. Because of this, I have many summer goals I need to accomplish. I’m the kind of person who cannot be idle for days on end. I want to … [Read more...] about Making Sure You Accomplish All Your Summer Goals
**This article contains affiliate links, and we will be compensated for any purchase made by clicking on them. Thank you for supporting Miss Millennia Magazine!** Netflix was one of the greatest things invented. We can watch old movies at any time, binge watch an entire series in two days, and watch almost any show without having to have a cable subscription. However, with … [Read more...] about How to Get Over Your Netflix Slump
This post is sponsored, however, all opinions are 100% my own. Thank you for supporting the brands that make Miss Millennia Magazine possible! Saving is the name of the game. Now, I'm not rich, and I work hard for my money. With that said, it is sometimes painful for me to part with it. To minimize the pain, I try to do this as little as possible, with as little as possible. Fortunately for … [Read more...] about 11 Things You Should Never Pay Full-price For
Has a book, a note, or a journal ever changed your life? Re-membering My Coma This month, I premiered a reading of a play I wrote, roughly based on my life, so far: Imprints. It all started with one journal entry from my brother Jeff, as he sat beside me in the ICU: April 25th, 2005: 1st night. Took part of the stomach out b/c of 4.5-inch tear. Most of it was black and dead. Blood … [Read more...] about How My Brother’s Journal Entries While I Was In A Coma Helped Me Heal A Decade Later