Hey, that's me! Hey peeps! Clarissa, here. If you find yourself reminiscing back to the 90’s with the quirky T.V. show Clarissa Explains It Allconsider yourself one of the coolest people on this planet. I am glad to be associated with such an influential show about life. It sure helps the barista at Starbucks spell my name. But this narration is going to be slightly different from the show.

I’m no Melissa Joan Hart but I am me.

I’m a Senior at St. John’s University, majoring in English, and if there was a major in being awesome I’d take that up! Perhaps I’d see you majoring in that too! 🙂 I’ve lived in New York all my life and to be honest I wouldn’t want it any other way. The influence this city has on me, with its diversity to innate hardcore mentality,  the concrete jungle is one of the best teachers life can give you. I’ve been blogging for a while, but not on this platform, and I’m pretty excited about it. This specific blog was created for my American Women Writers class, but I plan on taking it beyond that. I’m looking forward to learn more about these amazing authors, most of which are rarely discovered by readers. The journey I’ll partake in during this course, and even after it, will be shared with you. All my thoughts and ideas based on the readings, concepts, and life in general, will be explained by me.

So .. are you ready? 



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  2. Clarissa, I think you might have it set up where people can’t comment on your blog posts? However, I just read your post, and I REALLY liked it. You said something that really stood out to me, and I wanted to comment on it! I really liked how you mentioned in your design for the cover art that the “chains” are something we never break free from. Ultimately, they leave behind scars, and I guess that’s how we will always know we are free. We will always be reminded of the choices we were able to make. Our ability to make choices sets us free. At least, that’s how I feel. I loved reading your post. I look forward to reading more! 🙂



    • Hi Ashley! I am so happy you like my post. I really appreciate your insight on the scars, great perspective! As for the comments, I did take a look into it and it’s definitely there. I think that you have to click on the actual post to comment for anything on WordPress because I’ve tried to do find it to leave a reply on others and nothing came up. 😦 It doesn’t show up on the feed. But incase you do know how to change that, please pass that info my way! 🙂

      Thanks again!
      xo- Clarissa


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