In the last six or so months, my Netflix account has enjoyed more consistent attention since before I learned how to drive. There's a good chance I could say the same for all of you. This just means that I may or may not have more blog posts about all my favorite television shows that … Continue reading The Best Moments of “The Good Place”
Running a small business is hard. Running any business is hard, but when you don't have a broad audience, plentiful resources, or years of marketing experience then finding commercial success feels next to impossible. So why are there still people who choose to abandon the possibility of an already structured 9 to 5 for the … Continue reading Shop Local: How to Support Your Favorite Small-Time Businesses and Creators
Coffee Crawls have been a little difficult to do while distancing. So for this month's crawl I decided to review another drive-thru shop—arguably America's favorite, Dunkin' Donuts. Now you may not immediately think "coffee shop" when you hear the name "Dunkin' Donuts"—I mean, the word "donuts" is right there. But while they may not specialize … Continue reading Coffee Crawl: Dunkin’ Donuts
I like to categorize myself on the line between spontaneity and responsibility—as a responsibly spontaneous person, if you will. And I think the story I'm about to tell you is really going to highlight that characteristic of my personality. Tattoos have a kind of painful, artistic, wild-child connotation to them. Sometimes they're perceived with an … Continue reading Spontaneously Inked
Two weeks ago I made a pretty big announcement concerning an upcoming project I've been working on and keeping to myself for most of this year. If you haven't been following my updates very closely—you can fix that by giving me a follow on Facebook and Instagram—then you probably don't know that I'm publishing another book! You … Continue reading Poems About Who?
I don't know about you guys, but when Taylor Swift announced the release of her eighth studio album folklore last week, I was completely taken aback by the news—in all the best ways of course. folklore is definitely a subtle switch from the kind of music Taylor's been putting out in the last couple of years, but regardless, … Continue reading From Bop to Ballad: The Best of Taylor Swift’s “folklore”
There comes a point in your adult life, maybe after you've moved out of your parents house or graduated college, when you realize that you can no longer live on frozen dinners and tap water for the rest of your years. You realize that it's time for you to grow up and learn how to … Continue reading Meals for the Perfect Summer Day
I've always been a dreamer. And a planner. Which has really worked in my favor over the years. Anything I've ever aspired for, I made a plan for. Now, that doesn't mean I don't enjoy a little spontaneity in certain aspects of my life or that I think everything in your life needs to be … Continue reading Manifesting Your Destiny
Drive-thru services have long been under appreciated, and it's honestly such a shame. Not only are they incredibly convenient—can someone say "pajamas?"—but with the still-present health crisis looming over us, they're a great way to continue implementing safe distancing practices in our day-to-day routines. Drive-thrus are most commonly seen with regards to fast food places—rarely … Continue reading Coffee Crawl: Rocket Brothers Espresso
Lately? I’ve been living on a raft, waterlogged pieces of driftwood tied together by the frayed rope I found in the garage of my last temporary home— the home I thought would be my last temporary home. I feel like if I make one wrong move I’ll lose my balance and fall into the never-ending … Continue reading Lately?