I was wearing nothing but socks, a thong, and a Spider-Man mask. My focus intensified directly on that back door. I saw it in my sight, but just barely... running, running, running, SMASH! The back door was locked. Panic arose—my raw skin frosted by the air-conditioned convenience store. I went to spin myself around, but my … Continue reading no regrets?
New Year, new you, right? ...Probably not. In my experience, resolutions only last until February, and (usually) that's okay. But this year feels different. In 2016, I graduated college, broke up with a long-term boyfriend, interned at my dream job, started a new full-time position in New York, fell in love again, began a hellish commute, … Continue reading one thing at a time: keeping yourself sane in the New Year
A few weeks back, I wrote my post about getting a replacement IUD. Here I am, on the other side of the procedure and, boy, do I have a lot to share. Only, that is, if you want to hear it. If you’re particularly squeamish or simply don’t want to read about my reproductive organs, … Continue reading tmi tuesday
Now, say that ten times fast.
With age comes beauty? No?
During this time of the year in particular, people are focused on the people and things that make life that much better. We are thankful that we have a roof over our heads and shoes on our feet. However, we must be aware that the things we are thankful for are often absent in the lives of … Continue reading giving more than thanks this thanksgiving
Scandal of the week: Grabby dudes. First off, I’d never consider you a “star, Donald. Just a creepy old guy with a lot of money and a loud mouth. But even if you were a star, no, you can’t just grab whatever you want. If you ever pulled that kind of BS with me or any of my … Continue reading grabbin’
I'm sick people, please bear with me on the awful pun. I do not remember the first time I got a migraine, probably because it was at least six years ago. However, I always know when a new one is coming. They are always pulsating and usually start behind my left eye and then travel to … Continue reading migraine? more like mi-groan!
If you procrastinate and you know it, clap your hands.
If you were to take a gander at any of my posts, you would see that I write a lot about instances that happen at my job, primarily because it's where I spend the majority of my time. Whilst* working the other day, a table of three generations (grandmother, mother, daughter) sat down on our … Continue reading yet another story about work