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United Nations Oceans Conference

Want to know a secret?  My dream as a blogger is to expand my platform into a destination for millennials who want to give back.  To me, there is nothing greater than living a life of service and as my platform grows, I’m on a mission to continue incorporating giving back into my posts.  Last […] Read more…

5 Ways You Can Help Aleppo

My beautiful readers, The city of Aleppo is in a serious humanitarian crisis.  This is real.  These are real lives.  People are posting final words to their social media accounts.  We cannot and should not have an “out of sight, out of mind” mentality.  I know many, including myself, wish we could do more, but not […] Read more…

#BooksNotBullets

Today is Sunday… meaning it’s our favorite day to relax, reflect, and post our Giving Back feature of the week.  This week we are SO EXCITED because our post coincides with the birthday of a young woman who has inspired us both in so many ways… today is Malala Yousafzai’s eighteenth birthday!!!  *HAPPY BIRTHDAY MALALA!!!* If […] Read more…

My One Year Anniversary… Battling Fibrous Dysplasia

Hello readers!  Today marks a very, probably the most important, day in my life.  It’s the one year anniversary of my surgery!!!  And what more appropriate time than today to finally share my experience with all of you?  Before I start, I want you to PLEASE understand how important this is to me.  Many do not realize the extent […] Read more…

Fibrous Dysplasia: A Rare Disease Worth Knowing About

WHAT IS FIBROUS DYSPLASIA? Aryana: As I mentioned in our last post, I was diagnosed with a rare bone disease called Fibrous Dysplasia last spring.  People with Fibrous Dysplasia feel pain every single day.  I was SO fortunate to have my growth discovered before I (God forbid) went blind.  But others are not so fortunate and […] Read more…

Giving Back

Aryana: In the spring of 2014, I was diagnosed with a rare disease.  There was a bone the size of a golf ball growing behind my left eye, above my optic nerve, into my brain and sinuses.  My only solution, was an operation.  A brain surgery to remove the tumor and insert an implant in […] Read more…