A look into the first 15 days of quarantine and the adjustments that came with it. #TakingInventorySeries
A look at the goals & intentions I set for this summer and the progress I’ve made in my personal life. #Progress
Final thoughts of this six part series.
A critical evaluation on patterns I've created in friendships & dating cycles.
The question is not why me but how?
Hello, and welcome to this blog, Sullivan's writings! If you are new to my blog, I would like to welcome you, with honest sincerity. Today's topic is about relaxing in who you are as an individual and a human being (more importantly, a beautiful soul). If you would ever like to follow me, always feel… Continue reading Being Who You Are
Yes, this December monthly blog is behind by 20 days. In this blog, you'll get to read about my adventures I've had this month, and my reflection on this year. As always, feel free to subscribe to my blog, which is easy to remember because its my name (Danielle Sullivan) + the number 17= daniellesullivan17.com.… Continue reading 12.2017
Happy Friday! Social media at first glance, can take its toll on you emotionally. Over the past few years, I've began de-cluttering my social media accounts. Political and mental health discussions occur daily between people I have or have not met in person yet (some I have considered 'In Real Life' friends). Negativity is what… Continue reading The Power of Social Media
Last month I started a new taking stock or taking inventory series on my blog. The idea came from Keria Lenox's blog (go follow her here, she's awesome!). I know what you're thinking. Danielle, it's already the 18th of October. Why are you late in making this article? I almost hesitated in making one for… Continue reading 10.2017
Originally, this blog was going to be about a different writing subject. I've already drafted that subject for later this week. Personally, I feel like I need to talk about something that some people try to avoid or even can't get around to talking about. The last blog I had written was at the beginning… Continue reading Seasonal Depression & Writing