Ainsley is a teenage girl who currently lives with her family in Olmsted Falls, Ohio. Ainsley loves big cities, pretty sunsets and cute dogs. She fills her time by dancing, reading good books and singing in the shower. Ainsley hopes to pursue a career in journalism and write for a women’s magazine. Until then however, she is just working on making it through high school.
During one of my last days of 8th grade, the teacher had us each make posters with a quote on them that we “truly loved.” We drew them out on computer paper, used Crayola markers and wrote our names on the back, it was a true childhood art project. We turned them in, and I […]Read More »
September Storytime: when I was four years old, my whole family went on vacation to Rehoboth Beach, Delaware where we spent the whole day by the ocean. It was a beautiful day, a slight breeze in the air, children laughing in the background, cute crabs crawling into the sea. I was wearing a polka dotted, […]Read More »
I was sitting in bed the night after I had watched Mamma Mia for the first time (awesome movie 12/10 recommend), and my mind was wandering to how I was turning 17 in a few months. That was the age of the “Dancing Queen” and I still hadn’t made any Blockbuster-worthy life choices. So, I […]Read More »
On July 5th, 2013 my beautiful mother was diagnosed with Triple Negative Breast Cancer (TNBC). She had just turned 41 and she had known going into her routine mammogram that there was a small lump in her breast which she summed up to simply nothing. Why would it be anything? She was a picture of […]Read More »
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Life is tough alright, that’s just a fact. It’s easy to find yourself down in the dumps and seemingly stuck there. Don’t fear though my possibly sad friends, I have cracked the code to kissing negative vibes goodbye. I now present to you 4 for sure ways to make yourself feel better: 1.) Watch Criminal […]Read More »
Ainsley is a teenager who spends her time dancing and singing in places that aren’t always appropriate to dance and sing (such as the aisles of Target). She loves sunsets (but not so much sunrises as she’s not a morning person) and feels the need to pet any dog that crosses her path. Ainsley has been told she is the master of deep talks, good hugs, and making cookie dough.
Ainsley blogs monthly about her daily life as a teenage girl growing up in the 21st century. She writes from her heart and tries her hardest to make sure every post feels like the reader is simply having a conversation with her. Being a teenager isn’t easy and she uses her point of view to make her writing relatable to younger readers.