Chloe Izabella

  • January 28, 2018By Chloe Izabella

    This is a poem I wrote in the middle of math class when I realized that even after your love for someone has changed, it doesn’t mean you won’t love like that again or that you can’t love them again. Above all, find solace in self-love, even if it is scary. it may take a

  • January 10, 2018By Chloe Izabella

    In the past few months, I have gone through an incredible journey of self love, discovery and lesson learning. Throughout my journey, I have kept affirmations and what I have learned in my journal for when I need to take a step back and remember who I am. I hope that maybe these words could

  • December 23, 2017By Chloe Izabella

    2017 was the year for musical breakthroughs, and if the rest of the year wasn’t that good, the music it birthed gave us something else to hold on to. I found myself gripping onto certain albums for weeks on end, using the anticipation of others as a tactic to keep myself alive, at least until

  • December 11, 2017By Chloe Izabella

    Throughout my formative years of movie consumption, I have found that I have either subconsciously or consciously developed a rating scale that is based on the character of Vada from My Girl. The 13-year-old me sat with 11-year-old Vada, as she signed up for an adult summer writing class much to her teacher’s dismay. In