It’s within human nature to decorate the truth sometimes to make ourselves more likable within certain groups. Sometimes you don’t even realize what you’re doing until you find yourself hit in the face with your own truth. It hits you so hard you fall over in the middle of the sidewalk and watch the skyscrapers … More Spilling the Beans: Homecoming
Pictured – me on my way to a Zara. I recently left my full-time job, and ever since I’ve been getting ready for a total life-rehaul. I’ve been sorting through my (bottomless) closet by categorizing my pieces into “bring into new chapter of life”, “not done wearing this yet” and “oh, I haven’t worn you … More The Need to Zara
Here’s to life working in social media – it gets so overwhelming that personal accounts are forgotten. While lying in fetal position on my green couch, I realized that I had made a promise to write more often about 4 months ago. What did I do? The exact opposite. The same goes for trying to … More Are We Alive?
Getting older comes with a lot of mixed emotions. There’s the notion of having to deal with the physical aspects of aging – which is most often dreaded, but then there’s the concept of getting wiser and more knowledgable as time passes. So far I can vouch for both of these, although I do appreciate … More 23
I can’t quite decide what I feel about Facebook’s Memories. One one hand, it’s so rewarding to see that we’ve evolved from those redundant and upright inappropriate statuses about what were eating or where we’re headed (was this pre-Twitter), but on the other hand, it’s sad to see that some people are still doing the … More Milestones
Ever felt so scared that you thought you were going to pass out? And it happened. That was me today. As much as I think I’m unaffected by the terror attacks happening around the world, I can’t help but get a little nervous when unusual things happen. So here’s the story; it had been an … More Train of Thought
Have you ever had the feeling where you’re frozen to the core of fear? Where your terrified, yet curious about what’s going on – like that annoying moment in horror movies when you don’t understand why someone would possibly go “check that sound out”. Idiots. Well, we had a terrifying experience in our apartment tonight. … More What’s your emergency?