In an effort to make my online presence as a writer a bit more cohesive, I will be taking pieces of mine published on various platforms and adding them to my LipLiner portfolio. Next up is a piece originally published for CollegeFashionista in February 2016 -- "STYLE ADVICE OF THE WEEK: A Modest Marvel". Enjoy! Each morning, this … Continue reading a revisit with a modest marvel
In an effort to make my online presence as a writer a bit more cohesive, I will be taking pieces of mine published on various platforms and adding them to my LipLiner portfolio. Next up is a piece originally published for HerCampus SUNY New Paltz in December 2015 -- "on being present". Enjoy! Though Vincent Van Gogh’s grave … Continue reading on being present
You read that correctly! Mary and I have been clogging your newsfeed with our ramblings for one whole year! (Minus the brief hiatus, but who doesn't love a good comeback story?) We started this blog right after I had graduated college; we were balancing odd jobs but knew that writing was always going to be … Continue reading happy first birthday, the lipliner!
Writing has always been a crucial part of my life. In fact, I don't remember the last time I left my house without a notebook and a smattering of pens in my bag. That being said, my identity as a writer has been altered as I've gotten older and grown to know both myself and … Continue reading practicing transparency in your writing
I'm not quite finished reflecting on my life goals and encouraging you to do the same. In searching for something to write for today, however, I started to poke through some of the writing I have saved on my laptop. There isn't much, as I've only had it since May, but there are a few … Continue reading sweet dreams
Writing and complaining are interchangeable in my world.
My current work situation is not unlike many other people’s around my around age: I have two jobs-- one in retail and an internship in the city. Basically, I’ve been working so much I hardly have time to think about anything else. Now, this isn’t something I dreamed of doing post-grad. In an ideal world, we … Continue reading balancing work with…work
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
Happy Monday, everybody! To help you ease into the new week, today I present to you a nice, short ditty. I'll cut the preamble and get right to the part I want you to remember: A couple of days ago I was training someone at work, and throughout the duration of the shift, she hit … Continue reading a short anecdote to tell you we’re all learning
Just call me Cinderella.