I write so I can support my dogs.
The Ultimate Quarantine Binge List
Let's do a recap of last month's episodes, shall we? Basically every store shut down, you lost your job and now you're home getting fat off snacks and annoying the fuck out of your pets because you ran out of things to do and/or the motivation to do them.
SHEIN: Is She Really All That?
Online shopping is the new "thing". It's 2020-- malls are becoming an endangered species. I remember when I was a teenager, before bills ruined my life, I would save up my allowance for months and then hit the mall for a good old shopping spree. This is back when Deb, Mandee, Charlotte Russe, Wet Seal, and Fashion Bug were still popular go-to stores. It was a day I'd plan and look forward to for awhile. My mom would drive my best friend and I to the mall, and we would walk out with arms full of bags. Back when you'd go home and put on a fashion show to show off your new purchases.
The Quarantine Blues
Unless you live under a rock, or maybe in Alaska (seriously, does anyone in Alaska know whats going on?)-- anyways, you know that most of us are either working from home, laid off, and/or in quarantine. The government, just like my past lovers, have decided that I am "non-essential". I am stuck at home with my 3 dogs (don't tell my landlord) looking for ways to fill my day while my husband, an "essential", still goes to work 30 hours a week.
How to Plan a Wedding When You're Young, Dumb, and Broke
Love is magical, right ladies? When we finally find the right person to handle all of our moods, support all of our endeavors, take on all of life's adventures with you... it's truly out of this world. We know when we've found the one pretty easily. There are signs, like puzzle pieces, we just put together. For me, I knew Tyler was the one almost right off the bat. Let's break it down.
How I Moved Out of My Hometown
I've had a goal to move out of my hometown since I was around 16... I'm 22 now, boo. When you come from a very small town (2,000 people type small) with only one traffic light, two gas stations, have about 65 kids for an average class, and you are forced to drive 30 minutes just to get to a Walmart... yeah, you dream of leaving.
Why the F*** Are You Still Watching 'Grey's?'
Grey's Anatomy.. We all know the show—some of us a little too well. Whether you've watched since the beginning, began mid-way through, or have binged watched the series four times (guilty), we've all seen it. Almost 13 years and 14 seasons later, we're all still rushing our partners off the TV, flipping to ABC and giving all our attention to Grey-Sloan Memorial Hospital for the next hour.
Life of a Dog Mom
Having a fur baby is a wonderful experience, but it can also be a hard one. Sure, it's easier than having an actual baby (considering you can't lock those in a cage when you want to leave the house for some alone time), but it's no walk in the park. When you make the commitment and take on the responsibility of a baby doggo, your life changes all the same.
9 Reasons You Should Never Eat at Chick-fil-A
Since the first New York location finally opened its doors on Thursday in the Syracuse area, I felt it was only fair to review this establishment. I am warning you all that live nearby before making the drive to this place. And if you live anywhere else where this food is always available, it's never too late...
Funny, Crazy, Embarrassing Stories While Traveling: A Memoir
Two months ago, my fiance Tyler and I went on a life-changing 2 week long European trip. While it was totally amazing, we are two certified goons who are sure to do some goofy stuff. And if we don't do them, we are sure to find ways to get into those situations.