"When men attempt bold gestures it's generally considered romantic... when women do it it's often desperate or psycho. I was hoping to prove I was neither." These words uttered in a voice-over from an episode of a once iconic television show that is literally too mainstream for me to reveal. So here we go, quote … Continue reading Is Short Hair Unfeminine?
2016 was a rough year. Point blank. Everything from the presidential elections, controversy over Black Lives Matter, terrorism, the clown epidemic, the Syrian refugee crisis, and I'm still not over Alan Rickman passing away. Furthermore, no mater how bumpy the road got, thank goodness we had the internet, specifically Tumblr, to provide the necessary commentary … Continue reading Look Around! Some Good Things Happened in 2016
Every glitter loving American gal doesn't hate the idea of cuddling with some tea and watching a good episode of TLC' s Say Yes to the Dress. Oh who am I kidding, what do I mean by "a good episode"... If it's SYTTD every episode is good! My sister is getting married in a month and … Continue reading Divine Femininity and ‘Say Yes to the Dress’
Have you ever thought about the different memories we have linked to various songs? No matter how many times I listen to a song the same memories and feelings will come back to me. Songs, harmonies, words... they hold themselves like a time capsule. This became an intriguing thought to me, so I sat down … Continue reading Songs with Memories
"Follow & Subscribe!" Following YouTubers is such a common practice. There is such an exponential amount of internet personalities, referred to as "YouTubers", who own at least one YouTube video series (or "vlogs"). I feel lucky that this wasn't such a large trend when I was in middle school or high school, but rather a … Continue reading Brilliant Vloggers Worth Watching
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., the face of the Civil RIghts Movement. The man who gave the iconic "I Have a Dream" speech. The man who was arrested on numerous occasions as he fought for racial equality and social integration. The man who has been revered for his brilliant mind and fight for peace. A … Continue reading The Dimensions of a Complete Life, Bold Words from Martin Luther King Jr.
1. Bossypants by Tina Fey Let's be honest, everyone loves Tina Fey. And it's no question why she has such an authentic and wide fan base. Tina is talented, intelligent, lovely, hilarious, creative, successful and yet still somewhat relatable. She reminds me of my friend's cool mother and my 15-year-old awkward self. I cannot wait to … Continue reading Ready to Read: 5 Acclaimed Books That I Am Dying To Get My Hands On