Twenty-five years of being lost, going down the wrong road, laughing it off, faking a smile, and then writing about it.

I was born and raised in Connecticut and recently graduated from Cal. State, Fullerton . . . what happened in between all of that, will bleed through my entries.

What will happen after?  Well . . .

. . . I’ll let you know.

I’m not sure where I’m going, but if you’d like to tag along, I know some good jokes . . . kinda.

~ Jess Aronin



7-7:30 AM

Posted by on Oct 3, 2015 in Confidently Insecure | 1 comment

7-7:30 AM

I hold my right thumb against the home button on my iPhone because that’s apparently how technology works now and it’s not working. It doesn’t recognize my thumb print.
C’MON STEVE JOBS!

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Pretty Pathetic

Posted by on Sep 27, 2015 in Confidently Insecure | 0 comments

Pretty Pathetic

Why must she be prettier than me?
And if she is in fact “pretty”, then I don’t want to be pretty.
I want to be something else; something that only I can be because I am me…

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National Suicide Awareness Day

Posted by on Sep 11, 2015 in Confidently Insecure, Press | 1 comment

National Suicide Awareness Day

Let’s all make an effort to encourage people to continue striving to live. To let them know that they’re not alone and that they’re loved and they matter.

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From A Very Young Age

Posted by on Jul 22, 2015 in Confidently Insecure, Press | 0 comments

From A Very Young Age

We’re taught from a very young age that if we don’t have anything nice to say, then don’t say anything at all. We’re taught from a very young age to be kind to people no matter what. We’re taught from a very young age to love people unconditionally, and not to judge . . .

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Beautiful Like Me

Posted by on Jul 12, 2014 in Confidently Insecure, Press | 0 comments

Beautiful Like Me

When you’re younger and new to the world, people constantly feel the need to advise you on everything you do. And some of it is good, helpful information, like: “Don’t cross the street when a car is coming.” But some of it . . .

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