2019 has been, to put it poetically, one shit sandwich on top of the other. Unsurprisingly, I have had no appetite for these sandwiches. Who does? No one does. But the unfortunate truth is, when life hands you a shit sandwich, you have two options: let it fester and make everything else in your life smell foul, or... well. Eat it. (I'm sorry for this disgusting metaphor. This has been a disgusting year.)
When I started this blog, I had zero job, 1 baby, and one teammate. Now, 3 years later, I have a big-girl job, 2 kids, and zero teammate. If there's one thing I've learned during my twenties so far, it's that sometimes, you just need to chill. I love this blog and I love everything … Continue reading How to Blow A Kiss via the Internet
Winter isn't coming - it's here. We're going to discuss how to prepare yourself for the final episodes of this epic series.
Being an adult is exhausting. It doesn't help that we're all still new at it, and being in your twenties means your peer group is a weird hodge-podge of those who seem to have their shit together and those who are still sorting it out. In this stage of life, age has been rendered meaningless. … Continue reading Busy: A Four-Letter Word
Instead of falling prey to a financial anxiety cycle, combat money stress by understanding your finances and making them work for you. Here are some tips.
Professional counseling is a career within the world of mental health that works with all types of people on any significant stresses in their lives. They can diagnose and treat a wide variety of issues and tend to take a global perspective on their clients’ lives. To be a counselor, you need a master’s degree … Continue reading Career Day: A Counselor’s Primer for Prospective Counselors
The older I get, the more I realize an ugly truth about myself: I am kind of a judgmental jerk. I don't mean to be. In fact, I actively try not to be. But I think my waning interest in placating even the most irritating people has something to do with my finite fuck budget. … Continue reading How To Have A Respectful, Non-Judgmental Convo About Zodiac Signs
Too often when people think of abusive relationships, they envision the worst of it: black eyes, women's shelters, mournful country songs about liquor and fists. But abuse isn't always so black and blue. There are more subtle kinds of abuse that, if left unchecked, can fester and overtake you until you feel hopeless and lonely … Continue reading Recognizing Emotional Abuse
As a twenty-something, you might not have any kids yet, but chances are your friends and/or family are starting to. And this can mean you're up to bat for throwing a baby shower. Here are some tips to give your loved one the shower she deserves without stress-balding in the process. Remember what the mom … Continue reading How To Host a Baby Shower
On Wednesdays I write useless posts to make you laugh. Here is one about music and sex, two of my favorite things. Unless you're my mom or brother, in which case I am a virgin and my favorite things are music and imagining what sex will one day be like. I'll Make Love to You, … Continue reading 6 Kinds of Sex for 6 Different Songs