I could write this lengthy apology post about how I’m sorry that I haven’t made a post in six months, that I just got too caught up and busy with life, that I promise to be more on top of things, filled with excuses and empty gestures galore. You know how it goes. But you… Continue reading Where have I been?
A lovely thank you to both Aqsa and Liv for nominating me for the Blogger Recognition Award! Not only am I honored that they think I’m deserving, but I highly recommend you check out their fabulous blogs as well. They’re both great at what they do, and I enjoy reading their posts. The rules of The Blogger… Continue reading The Blogger Recognition Award
Dear current self, I have been avoiding writing this letter (even though I’ve been meaning to get around to it) simply because it’s going to be a tough one. It’s not easy to talk to yourself in this way. It takes a certain amount of intense introspection that, frankly, knowing how I am, not only… Continue reading Letter to My Current Self
To a younger Jess… To the Jess who thought she was not beautiful. To the Jess who was absolutely convinced she would never find love. To the Jess who dreamed endlessly and dangerously. This is to you. You’re not ugly. I know middle school is filled with insecurities and negative opinions of your physical appearance. I… Continue reading Letter to My Younger Self
Die-hard fans (such as myself) found themselves back in Stars Hollow catching up with our favorite dynamic duo once more as of November 25th. I’d be lying if I said that I didn’t binge watch the whole thing in one sitting until it was nearly two in the morning. Because I did all right, and let… Continue reading Thoughts on ‘Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life’
In an age governed by social media, the fear of missing out (perhaps better known as FOMO) is more prevalent now than ever. And it makes sense. Think about your own use of the internet and how often you find yourself scrolling through news feeds and timelines. We feel the need to constantly update ourselves with… Continue reading The Fear of Missing Out in the Internet Age
She sits around a bonfire with her closest friends having a great time, and then one of them makes a comment, meant to be a harmless joke, about how she has no boobs. She gives a small laugh and jokes about how at least she doesn’t have to deal with back pain, but little do they know that… Continue reading Being Skinny