3 Thoughts That Are Changing My Life

Have you ever read a book that has literally changed your life? Like, overnight? I hadn’t until about two weeks ago when I finally finished my first read of 2018 – yes, I know I’m a slow and inconsistent reader, you’re allowed to point and shout speed-based insults. I finished…

I’m Not Done With You Yet, Blogging

We have a turbulent relationship, I know. Honestly, I don’t really know why I like you, after a childhood completely free of wanting to be a writer and an adolescence certain that a new mascara would make someone fall in love with me, I don’t feel very qualified to share…

Facing The Fear of Self-Portraits

There is a certain allure to keeping your face off Instagram and being a bit of an aloof, mystery blogger, don’t you think? With the allure, however, comes the very real fact that the longer you put off getting your face out there, the scarier it becomes. This conundrum is true…

Embracing The Art of Patience

Patience is defined as the capacity to accept or tolerate delay, problems, or suffering without becoming annoyed or anxious – I mean, it goes without saying that that’s the kind of shit that’s hard to get onboard with. This week I read Vix’s post about wanting everything now – which you should read…

A Few Reasons Why Friendship Is So Important In Our 20…

Friendships can get difficult in our twenties. Perhaps I just think this because I’ve always had a small friendship group and a mixed experience with making friends, but generally, for one reason or another, friendships evolve and change very quickly when we get into the start of our adult life. A…

Celebrating the Slow Successes of January

The sun is finally setting on the first month of 2018. I say finally but to be quite honest, January hasn’t dragged for me. The last few days on Twitter have been filled with jokes about it being January 64th or it still being January 2018 in March 2052, but…

Thoughts That Are Helping Me Deal With The Green-Eyed Monster

Normal days are great, aren’t they? In hindsight, normal days that are predictable and mundane and easy-to-get-through are a literal breeze. The abnormal days sneak up on us. They strike when we’re on autopilot, just getting on and getting by with those stumbling thoughts buried under mountains of to-dos and to-go. Spending last…