• Tionna

    Your Twenties: “Growing Pains”

    “No band aids for the growing pains” This isn’t a “How To” post on height growth, although if you know of any articles please feel free to leave the links in the comments below for this shmall human. I’ve been experiencing a bit of writer’s block for a while now. I’ve started so many posts and deleted them half way through because sometimes words aren’t easy. So, today I finally got the idea to just vent about the craziness on rotation in my head and it got me here…hope you like it. Lately, I have been thinking a lot about the lessons I’ve learned throughout my life. I thought more…

  • Tionna

    Your Twenties: Wisdom From a ‘Legit Adult’

      I guess I’m a legit adult now. As you all know, I turned twenty in February. I no longer have ‘teen’ behind the number of my years of life and I’ve suddenly become an ‘adult’. I’m not sure what that exactly entails other than more responsibility but it’s legitimate. I am now old enough to live on my own, drive a car, stay out past midnight, enlist in the army, smoke, and give great advice because I survived those gruesome training years. I’ve been conditioned to be a fully grown up adult with most of her stuff together. Here’s what I’ve learned in the twenty years of my existence…

  • Tionna

    Your Twenties: Your Peak and Demise

    Goodbye my quirky teenage years and hello to my twenties! As you all know, Brionna and I recently turned twenty years old. Surprisingly enough, nothing has changed though. I enjoyed the euphoria that comes with celebrating your birthday for all 24 hours of it. The next day, however, I could have been nineteen again. It’s easy to say that not much happens between each year of life at first glance, but when I sat down and thought about it, I was inspired to write. What’s so exciting about your twenties? Several people congratulated me on making it to the fun part of growing up; others wished me good luck. Are…

  • The Duo

    Grateful for You: GratiTuesday

    Gratitude | noun | the state of being grateful or thankful.   Here on Seek & Revel, we believe that it is so important to express our gratitude. We don’t believe in waiting for the ‘right’ moment to say the thing. If you love someone or something, we think you should make it known. We sometimes focus too much on the negative. We focus so much on what makes us feel less than, that we often don’t celebrate what uplifts us. So we decided to make a practice of shining light on the positive. “Gratituesday” is not a new concept. We were first introduced to the hashtag on Sophia Bush’s…