Cat mom, lover of pop psychology, freelance content creator. Find me on zuliewrites.com.
10 Hilarious Differences Between Americans and British People
I didn't expect culture shock when I moved to Oxford, England in 2013. I spoke English, after all. I come from an ex-British colony. How different could things really be across the pond?
I Moved to Boston and It Rules
Honestly, moving really sucked. We started The Big Move from Atlanta to Boston on July 20th and still haven’t really finished as I write this on October 7th. There are still unpacked boxes and near-daily furniture deliveries.
How to Avoid Growing Up Gracefully
At a fun family reunion three years ago, my family and I attended an Easter egg hunt at the local cider brewery. The first prize (and biggest egg) was a $25 gift certificate for the brewery, and there were a lot of great, smaller prizes as well — some merchandise, chocolate, candy.
7 Things to Know About Maine Coons Before You Adopt One
Three years ago, I had the difficult task of persuading my now-husband to get a cat. He was adamantly a dog person — he liked cats, but he was convinced they were inferior to dogs as house pets.
6 Signs You’re Absolutely Not Ready for a Serious Relationship
I fell into my first serious relationship when I’d just turned eighteen. Fresh in my first year of college, living abroad in England, I hadn’t even started classes when I met my future boyfriend.
4 Reasons Freelance Writers Need to Track Their Time with Income Reports
Freelancers don’t have the luxury of waged jobs. At my old 9–5, I put in 40 hours a week and received a stable salary. If I had a productive week and worked 55 hours, I earned the same amount. If I focused on emails and had no client calls, it didn’t affect my income at all.
I Spent $20 to Promote a Blog Post on Facebook
As a successful blogger, one of my most frequently asked questions is how to promote a blog post on social media. And until recently, my answer was “I literally have no idea,” because I’d never done it.
What Happens When Your Cat Has Only One Ovary?
My kitten Astrid was about six months old when I took her to the vets to be spayed. As I write this, however, she’s yowling right in my ear because she’s in heat, which may give you a clue as to how the surgery turned out.