Sometimes words aren't enough. Maybe they are enough, I'm just not enough to place them into perfection. No matter how many books I read, I will never know the vast depth and breadth of language to explain how I feel. I try. I try by writing, both on paper and in my head. I try … Continue reading Words aren’t enough
I haven't written in a couple of weeks. I don't feel stylish, poetic, or eco-friendly. Especially eco-friendly. I have this problem. I have no personality. Okay that's extreme, but seriously. My interests and hobbies change all the time and when they change, I 100% believe it's the "real me". There has been cookie decorating, interior … Continue reading Losing My Eco “Thing”
Let's close our eyes and go on a journey. All the way back to 2008. Back to the innocence. Back to the beginning. Of what you ask? Youtube. That demonic force that has filled our lives for the past 10 years. If you are like me, youtube videos, specifically beauty and lifestyle videos, shaped my … Continue reading February Favorites
I have been thinking recently about intention and motivation. That sounds all hippy-dippy, but its something I have been talking about in therapy. In my Ethics class this week, we have been talking about Buddhist ethics. Buddha believed that all our thoughts can be categorized into to boxes: wanting something, and avoiding something. My professor … Continue reading Fear, Guilt, Shame: The Three Horseman of My Apocalypse
Zero-Waste is a big statement in and of itself. The very name already makes you think its unattainable. It's not as big as you think it is. The easiest and most significant changes are these 5. You probably can do most of these switches without spending much more money. So here is my TOP 5. … Continue reading 5 Easiest Zero-Waste Switches
Originally written: October 2017 Therapy is not like I thought. I've been in therapy before but it didn't feel quite right. Now that I'm back it feels right it just feels different. I thought it would be like a checklist. Like a road map to get back to being a normal-functioning person. It doesn't feel … Continue reading Searching for Scraps & Mountains of Grace
When I first heard about "Zero-Waste", it was probably a Buzzfeed video about Lauren Singer (Trash is for Tossers) who is the unofficial (basically official) zero-waste pioneer for our generation. She is a 20-something, Brooklynite, who pretty much owns nothing and produces enough waste in 4 years to fit in a regular mason jar, but … Continue reading Why Zero-Waste?
I started a new blog. As you can see. Here are the reasons. Wix.com was expensive. I didn't feel like the interface was working with me and it was defiantly not money going to good use when I barely posted. I wanted a fresh start. My old blog was mostly moody rambles and sappy poems … Continue reading “Whoa, a new blog?!?”