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.
[I'm not a doctor, and this diet involves restricted eating. This post should be taken as anecdotal advice, not gospel. Also, if you've struggled with disordered eating, you might want to skip this post/trend. For a counter-perspective on intermittent fasting, check out this article by licensed counselor Kate Sutton.] The Basics Intermittent Fasting, by its … Continue reading Intermittent Fasting 101
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
Almost a year ago, I wrote my first HTLYT post about one of my favorite hobbies: showing people random youtube videos. It's been ten long months since my last curated youtube binge guide, so settle in and grab a fun drink, because I've decided we're overdue for a new one. If you want to meet … Continue reading Kim Curates Your Weekday Youtube Binge
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
"Exercise gives you endorphins. Endorphins make you happy. Happy people just don't shoot their husbands; they just don't." Elle Woods There are a lot of reasons to exercise: managing stress, losing weight, avoid shooting your husband, using up those ClassPass credits that you impulse bought, etc. But with all the new-age workout classes available, it's … Continue reading How to Pick a Workout
Despite how much I joke about law students being exhausting, I actually love my school, my future profession, and even some of my fellow students. I wouldn't trade the experience for the world (or even for more sleep). Here are some of my favorite things about law school. Not my favorite part, but I love … Continue reading Six Reasons to Go to Law School