If you have stumbled across this blog there is a good chance that you know me, it was an accident, or possibly, you are seeking some guidance. I mean, that is what a blog is generally for, right? Advice, experiences, motivation and ways to improve. Well, if that is what you wanted from this, I regret to inform you that you have come to the wrong place.

However, if you want to read about a twenty-something, white as white bread, queer person trying to navigate through her ever changing, occasionally (perhaps more than standard), dysfunctional life, then this is for you! To elaborate, I want to talk about my life, like every self-obsessed, gen z-millennial cusper with a keyboard and internet access. Here’s the catch though…I’m not sugar-coating or hiding. I don’t want to present my reality in an altered form that attempts to personify perfection. Instead, I want to address my highs and lows, the good and bad, accomplishments and (gasp!) mistakes. Although, admittedly, I will attempt to do this with an artistic or, dare I say, aesthetic flair.

If you have managed to read up to this point, you might be wondering “why?”, and I am right there with you. In truth, this was a spur of the moment decision. With that said, I suppose the goal for this blog is mainly for me. It’s kind of like a diary in a sense; something my therapist always encouraged me to try (laughable, considering my short attention-span but here goes nothing). On the flip side, if anyone should find and read this, I guess my hope is that you learn and (ideally) grow with me. Not every post will be sunshine and rainbows, that’s just not me. The beauty of this however, is that it’s going to display a true human experience in all of it’s horrifically, beautiful glory.

So, if I have piqued your interest thus far, and you want to know more about the erratic person behind this seemingly never ending thought, stay tuned! I promise in the most insincere and unconvincing way, that there will surely be more to come. Enjoy me remaining myself.

Published by gcalavano

I am a 24 year old who uses the following pronouns: she/her/they/them. I am queer and mentally ill and I’m just trying to live and figure out how to remain true to myself but also grow as I go!

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