All About Me

My name is Michelle, your atypical 23-year-old aspiring behaviour analyst I also have Panic Disorder (but I do not let that define me).

In my spare time, (what little I have of it) I like to take long walks on the beach, read [and cry over] John Green books, and spend time with my boyfriends: Netflix & Wine.

I am passionate about music, writing, and helping people. I am not a fan of the smell of ladybugs, smelly socks, or carbonated drinks.

Pretty Little Liars, The Mindy Project, The Good Wife, How to Get Away with Murder, Veronica Mars, Grey’s Anatomy, Sex and the City, & One Tree Hill are the top shows I cannot live without. I feel as though I am part Aria, part Veronica, part Meredith, part Carrie (and sometimes Miranda), and part Brooke. They complete me and allow me to live vicariously through their overdramatized life.

My biggest inspiration is my mom. We’ve been through so much together and although we butt heads (because we’re both stubborn), I know she would always defend me and always be there for me when I need her.

She has also encouraged me to put my negative and anxious thoughts into words like I used to when I was little. So here I am. Here is my story. Welcome into what I like to think are small, random tidbits of my life.


  1. youngandtwenty

    Sounds like you can find a lot of positivity from your panic attacks! Great attitude. I’ve written a lot of posts on stress and anxiety you may be able to relate too. Keep blogging!

  2. thanks for following me! :)) nice to know you. nice blog :))

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