As I said last week, one of the best things about 2016 was that I finally caught a job for the start of 2017. It’s been such a hectic last few months. A short bit of respite from the city among the Tennessee trees was just what I needed.
Well folks, it’s that time of year again. It’s time to disclose (and promptly forget) your new year’s resolutions. I’m hoping that by sticking my new year’s resolutions in a blog post that bunches of people can see, I’ll feel at least a little bit more accountability to sticking to the resolution. Unlikely, but we’ll
Hi friends! It’s been a hot second since I’ve posted anything, so I’m sorry to have deprived you of my… depravity. I thought it might be nice to pick things back up with a quick roundup of my 2016 favorites–all the things that made me smile biggest this year and, more than likely, made my
Seriously, can you believe the November favorites are here?! I can’t. I love the end of November, because I can stop doing the vaguely winter-y things I was doing and just start pretending it’s Christmas. I love dropping pretenses.
Good morning, sweet readers! (I think there are enough of you here now that I can address you like that, but feel free to comment below and put me back into my place.) Since I moved to New York, I’ve had to pick up part-time work (which you can read about here) and had to
Please don’t misunderstand; I love New York. But after three months in the city, I needed a break. That’s where the trip upstate came in. G and I hit Sleepy Hollow, the famed site of the Legend of Sleepy Hollow.
There are a lot of places I miss, but only one hometown. These, sweet readers are the places I miss in Austin so much that I’ll be visiting every single one of them when I go home for Thanksgiving.