As an unintentional social experiment, I have spent the last few months attempting to ignore any and every social media platform that my name was connected to. My social media hiatus was put on hold when Garrett and I announced our Engagement, and my birthday shortly followed, but for the most part, I have been … Continue reading What I Learned About Connection by Disconnecting
Today is my 29th birthday. When I opened my eyes this morning, there was a brief moment in which I wanted to let my 29 year-old-self linger in bed and avoid the 64 Facebook notifications, cementing in the fact that I was no longer 28. Out of habit, I didn't. I got out of bed, … Continue reading 29 Things I Learned in My 28th Year
On October 31st of this year I will turn 29. Yikes. At 18, with my un-damaged blonde hair, tight body and general sense of unawareness, I would have never imagined that I would be where I am at currently as I sit here typing to an unknown audience as an almost-29-year-old. I am un-married, childless, … Continue reading You Are Doing Fine
“I am so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers” – Anne of Green Gables I love October. The way the trees change colors and shed their leaves to prepare themselves for a cold winter has always been so poetic to me. I feel like us as people have our own … Continue reading October
My high school reunion was this weekend. I didn’t go. I could say I regretfully missed the event because I couldn’t take time away from work to make the trip back to Kansas. I could say that I didn’t have any one that would willingly take care of my four-legged fur baby while I was … Continue reading Why are High School Reunions Still a Thing?
There are two sides of the street, but they both take you to the same place. Have you ever been absolutely CERTAIN that someone else's feelings toward you or your actions were irrational and unfair? Yes? You are not alone. The other day I was having a conversation with a girlfriend who was mad at … Continue reading Two Sides of the Street