This year, 2019, is the 10th anniversary of the year I graduated high school. In fact, I just got a message on Facebook asking that I RSVP by August 1st so they can start finalizing venue options.
This is important information, because the personal evolution that has taken place in the last 10 years is incredible, both in size and the ways in which I have grown as a person.
**Just a warning, this is a pretty lengthy post. Read at your own risk.**
Continue reading “Dear Past Angel…”
If you are reading this when it was originally posted, then the Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte made their official 2018 debut two days ago – Tuesday, August 28. It’s the earliest it’s ever been widely released, being beaten only by a secret release on August 26 in 2014.
If you have been reading this blog for almost any length of time, especially since I made this post last September, you will know that not only is autumn my favorite season, but I fucking love pumpkin spice lattes and pumpkin spice flavored (almost) anything.
And I’m not ashamed of or embarrassed about it. And if you love it, you shouldn’t be, either.
Continue reading “No Shame in My PSL Game”
When someone asks me my favorite show, I kind of freak out. I mean, I do that pretty much any time someone asks me to choose a favorite something, but there are so many shows I watch and enjoy that it’s really hard to narrow it down to just one.
But I think there’s finally a show that’s changed that: The Bold Type. Continue reading “My Favorites: The Bold Type”
This month I had the privilege of interviewing my best friend, Kristin. She’s someone I’ve admired for a long time (we met my junior year of high school and instantly clicked). I’m so glad she agreed to do this post, because, as you’ll read, she’s one busy woman.
Keep reading for her story! Continue reading “Wonder Woman of the Month: Kristin Mathes M.A., MT-BC”
It’s no secret that I’m a huge proponent for women supporting other women. I’ve made a point to talk about the importance of building each other up and not viewing each other as competition in several past blog posts.
And I think we’re hopefully seeing a shift in how female friendships are represented in the media; whether it’s fictional characters or real-life people.
But why is that such an important topic to me? Continue reading “When Women Support Each Other, Incredible Things Happen”