Let me start by saying I mean literally cleaning out your closet. Yeah, metaphorically it can be an act of self-love, too, but that’s a whole different discussion for another day. Continue reading “Cleaning Out Your Closet as an Act of Self-Love”
Do you ever have those moments where you’re like, “I really am a product of my raising”? It doesn’t have to be a parent’s influence; it could be a guardian or even a grandparent or aunt that you were really close to whose habits or interests or mannerisms you’ve adopted as your own.
My mom died last year, but she and my dad had very similar interests, and as an adult, I’ve realized how many of those interests I’ve adopted as part of myself. Continue reading “I Am a Nerd Like My Parents Before Me”
Every year I feel like we’re inundated with “Cupid is Stupid” and “I Hate Valentine’s Day” rhetoric from one side, and “Diamonds are forever” and “Give her a Valentine’s gift she’ll really love; a car” from the other. Two very extreme messages, each from sides that love to tell you how terrible the other side is.
I’ve heard a lot of people say that January seemed to drag on forever, but I really didn’t feel that way. To be honest, I can’t believe we’re already a twelfth of the way through 2018. Continue reading “Living My Words: January”
Hi friends! So, I thought I’d stop and let you all know what I have planned and what I’m considering for the blog, and sort of update you all on life in the process. Continue reading “Blog Update”