Balcony Makeover

(or: This Is Where I Live Now) (Note: This post is not sponsored, nor was I sent any free products. I just genuinely love everything I bought and wanted to share!) From the first time I came for a viewing, I've loved my current apartment. Because it's in an older building, the unit is relatively ...

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We Rise

(or: We're Not Helpless) During my weekly therapy session this morning, I brought up how helpless I've been feeling about what's going on with our brothers and sisters South of the border. Given that my therapy is (in part) for PTSD, we talk a lot about fear and helplessness. Part of what I've learned in those ...

Best of 2016

  (Or: Well that was interesting...) A few weeks ago, I was at a company event that included a Reptilia booth that I was assigned to help with. I surprised myself by absolutely loving it, especially an adorable tarantula named Fluffy, who gives high fives and lets you pet her belly. When my boss came ...

On 33

(or: 30 Under 30 is Bullshit) Three has always been my favorite number. I was born on the 3rd. I like odd numbers and asymmetry. There are three people in my immediate family. At any one time, I've always had three very close friends (even if the three changed over time). So I'm pretty excited to ...

The Blondening

(or: "How Do I Still Have Hair?") I distinctly remember the first time that I considered dyeing my hair platinum blonde. It was around 2006, when I was deep into my obsession with Dead Like Me's Daisy Adair. I'd already cultivated a wardrobe full of bright colors, fur collars, and beaded necklaces, but I was ...

Obsessed With: Bullet Journaling

(or: BJ 101, if ya nasty) Let me preface this post by saying that I am not a Bullet Journal expert by any stretch of the imagination. However, I'm legit obsessed, so I've learned a fair bit in the three months I've been doing it. At the request of a few friends who were curious about the ...

Book Review: Better Than Before

(or: I snooze, I lose) Title: Better Than Before Author: Gretchen Rubin Rating: 5/5 If you've asked me recently what I've been reading, you've undoubtedly been treated to an unsolicited monologue on Gretchen Rubin's research on habits. Sorry, not sorry; the book is crazy interesting. I picked this one up a whim, hoping that it might have a ...

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