In the midst of the debate regarding straws, I decided this would be the opportune time to discuss my favorite topic once a month - cups. I don't mean the kind you bring to a café for that 25¢ discount. No, I meant the one specifically for those with female parts: we're talking about menstrual … Continue reading Bring Your Other Cup. Period.
When I was younger, I used to scoff at Miley Cyrus for not using her birth name. "That's not even her real name," I used to say, wondering "what kind of name is Miley anyway?" I was a hater, I'll admit it. I'll also admit that "Miley Ray" sort of rolls off the tongue better … Continue reading What’s in a name?
If you're anything like me (i.e. a Christian), then reading The Word is part of your life. After all, it is the very foundation of which your faith is laid upon and knowing the Word is essential to knowing God. However, I know how it can seem daunting to get through certain books of the … Continue reading 66 books. One Year.
Before you immediately click away from this page as you roll your eyes thinking "this girl is TOO into herself" let me explain myself. May is Mental Health Awareness month. Now the issue of "mental health" is one that is extremely sensitive to me and very close to my heart. I have a family history … Continue reading 10 Things I Love About Me
....starts with one lousy 12 minute one. Today. If you're new to this blog then I should tell you that I used to run regularly. It's hard not to yearn for those days, honestly, or to not look at them with rose colored glasses. I liked it. I liked the feeling of my feet lifting … Continue reading The Journey of 100 Miles
I'm going to activate my voice a little bit in this post for a very specific issue super relevant right now: The recent ruling on the Davis case regarding the plebiscite. Heard of it? If you haven't here's a nice link for you. Take a minute. And I'll be here when you get back. Got … Continue reading I couldn’t vote in the plebiscite but I’m okay with that.
As of now we're already a little bit into the New Year, which for a lot of us means that we've already failed our resolutions. I myself ended up not completing half of the goals I set last year. NBD. Don't sweat it. On the other hand, I ended up figuring out a system that helps me … Continue reading Getting together.