Usually I tend to break up my gift guides into separate posts, but I thought maybe it would be easier for everyone if I included all the categories into one and just sort of left out the descriptions.
Hopefully it helps give you some ideas if you’re stumped and desperately trying to finish your shopping. Continue reading “Ultimate Gift Guide”
I was in a panic when our friends asked Shane for a list of what I wanted for my birthday in October. Sure, there are always things I want, but I don’t ever remember them off the top of my head. I finally made myself stop and write out a short, budget-friendly list of things I would genuinely like to receive. I’ve modified it a little for my Christmas list, but here’s my Christmas wish list for 2018. Continue reading “My Christmas Wish List”
I keep hearing people refer to it as “the middle of summer” and I have to stop myself from shouting at the radio, “NO! It’s practically autumn!” And then I stop and remember that summer technically lasts until September 21st, even though it starts in my head at the beginning of August. I drag shit out, y’all; the things I love, at least.
With that being said, I’ve already gone ahead and wrapped up my summer posts with my favorites being the last. I’ve had a chance to accumulate a handful of favorites over the last 2.5 months, and I can’t wait to share them with you!
Continue reading “Summer Favorites”
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”
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”