I asked on Instagram and Facebook the other day if I should do a Q & A post and it was unanimously decided that I should, in fact, do it. Unfortunately, no one had any questions, so I took it upon myself to find ones to answer. As I’m a relatively open book (and because I’ve done a few “Random Facts” posts) I didn’t feel like anyone would be super interested in the basics, so I went on the hunt for questions I’ve not answered on the blog before.
I came across this post from Molly of Still Being Molly and thought her questions were great, and knew I wanted to answer them myself.
Here are my answers to the 50 Completely Random Questions People Rarely Ask Blog Tag! Continue reading “Get to Know Me: 50 Completely Random Questions People Rarely Ask Blog Tag”
I was listening to a story on NPR the other evening about children using at-home digital assistants and the blurred line of technology versus friend, and all I could think about was the short story by Ray Bradbury (one of my all-time favorite authors) “The Veldt”. Continue reading “Fake Friends, Digital Assistants, and Ray Bradbury”
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”
Now that the holidays are over, it’s easy to get in a rut or feel overwhelmed by seasonal depression. Between not getting off work until after the sun has already gone down, and it being too cold to enjoy time outside, winter can take its toll on your physical and mental health.
If you live in the south, you know that summer lasts more than half the year, especially here in Texas, so when those of us who hate the heat get actual winter weather, we want to be able to enjoy them. So, whether you need to get out of your rut or you want to make the most of the cold while we have it, here are some ideas for you.
Continue reading “10 Ways to Enjoy Winter Even After the Holidays are Over”
Time with our friends is important. I mean, hugely important. I can tell when I’ve gone too long without spending time with my best friends, because I start to not feel like myself. My best friends are all my best friends for different reasons. They each add a richness that I just don’t get from being without them. My best friends have all been there for me through the absolute worst time in my life, and the absolute best. They know what to say and when to say it. They understand when I can’t do something because of my anxiety and when to make me do something despite it.
Continue reading “Why Do We Stop Having Sleepovers as Adults?!”