“I only need one thing in Target,” and other lies I tell myself

I did that thing you’re not supposed to do. I let myself believe the lie that I was going to Target for one thing: a birthday gift. OK, two things if I’m being honest. I was buying a gift card and I could have gotten that at Walgreens, but I wanted to get the newContinue reading ““I only need one thing in Target,” and other lies I tell myself”

It feels like fall: Movie Edition

I love fall. I mean, of course I love the summer because I’m a Jeep owner who wishes she were a mermaid, and I love the winter because Christmas, and I love spring because back to Jeep owner, but I think fall is my solid favorite. Especially days like today. Here in my little cornerContinue reading “It feels like fall: Movie Edition”

Southern Weddings and Funerals

I’m listening to this audiobook by Sophie Hudson called “A Little Salty to Cut the Sweet” and it’s all about how she grew up in Mississippi, her experiences with her family, the spiritual things she learned along the way. But it’s so funny, and for me at least, so relatable. She talks about these southernContinue reading “Southern Weddings and Funerals”

Pandemic or not, wear your lipstick

Today I’m trying something new. It’s a guest post from my sister, who I am insanely proud of. Happy Saturday! There is just something about the right lip stick that makes a girl go “ahh”. It’s a science really, picking out the right color. For us pale girls it’s a little more difficult. You can’tContinue reading “Pandemic or not, wear your lipstick”

First We Drink the Coffee, then We Save the Lives

I have an unhealthy dependence on Starbucks. I know it’s expensive, I know it makes me a basic white girl. I don’t care. I am who I am. Every morning, I place a mobile order on the Starbucks app and gladly hand over my $5 for an iced cup of motivation. I don’t care ifContinue reading “First We Drink the Coffee, then We Save the Lives”