Archives for Month: January 2014

Last year, I received the opportunity to try out an e-course that runs this year called Cake for Breakfast (written by Ashley Wilhite), and as a part of the opportunity, I’m supposed to review it. I listened to about half of the audio before I decided I just couldn’t. Since the course was created by […]

There’s something about me that makes people think I’ll keep all their secrets — as if it’s not hard, as if it’s no big deal, as if it won’t eat at me. No. The last time I told a huge lie1 was last year — I said I was a college student to get into […]

I’m not exactly the kind of person who eats candy year ’round. Chocolate tastes like dirt, so I rarely eat it (I only eat it when it doesn’t gross me out), white chocolate is either hit-or-miss (Godiva’s is the best), and sugar makes me weak — so eating it year ’round will only make me […]

Dear me at 16: Yeah, I’m fully aware that it isn’t all butterflies and rainbows like you’d hoped. Last month you had to deal with a traumatic situation at Mimi’s, and then you were forced to live with those people yet again. You’re still being “home schooled”, whatever that means these days, and you’re trying […]

Before 2013 ended I attempted to find subscription boxes I liked and could recommend. It’s a bit costly, really, especially if you lack a constant income, so I ended that ‘project’. Anyway, I’ll share my current three, also known as my favorite three, or favorites altogether considering I don’t really like any others I’ve tried […]

There’s not really much to talk about for Thanksgiving, so I’m just going to post the pictures I took. I guess you could say this is picture-heavy even though I’ve compressed them all in size quite a lot. (Okay, except for the collage.)

I have been depressed for at least five consecutive years. I have began new years depressed at least five times, consecutively. But I didn’t know it, and I didn’t want to know it, yet somehow it still caught up with me, even in what I thought were my happiest moments. I often find myself so […]