Wow, it’s been awhile. Feels like ages since I have sat down a written for my blog, but don’t fret (for me), because I have been writing independently and that is exciting! I also have been reading, however I have only finished 1 book despite reading for about an hour everyday. And that is because … Continue reading August 2017: Update!
Here's The Deal: Last week I posted a photo to instagram, claiming I was going to write about "The Watermelon Crisis" and then I didn't. Today I decided I was going to push myself and finally write about it, only to realize that it wasn't going to be what I wanted. I've been having an … Continue reading Watermelon Hell
I don’t know if anyone can tell, but I am awful at creating habits. I stink at sticking to challenges unless someone else is helping hold me to them. The fact that I've been posting monthly is a huge deal. I let myself fall into my moods. If I don’t feel like reading, I don’t … Continue reading 200 Books: I’m a Tad Behind
BYOC is a party technique that my friends and I regularly use. I've been trying to reduce the impact I make on the environment, but I also like to host parties. Often parties lead to a ridiculous amount of trash, and that’s normally because hosts use disposable dishware to make clean-up easier. But that also means … Continue reading BYOC (Bring Your Own Cup)
(I was planning on waiting to write this, but I’m PMSing and full of emotions.) I love birthdays. I always have. There are infinite factors in the love I feel for what seems like such a simple, little idea. But the strongest reason, is because of the love that is shown on a … Continue reading I Love Birthdays
It is my birthday month! *pauses for you to sing happy birthday* Aw, thank you! Since it is my birthday, and this is my first time dealing with gift-giving since making the transition to a minimalist lifestyle, I figured this was the opportune time to talk about how to give gifts! This is specifically from … Continue reading If You Give A Minimalist A Present…
(aka; Pregnancy and Childbirth in the 1500's or Giving Birth While Rich and Unhygenic or I Swear It's a Son!) Let’s talk about pregnancy and the bizarre medical beliefs that were around in Britain’s Tudor era, specifically within the Tudor family themselves since we have so much recorded about the royal family. To help you understand the … Continue reading A Brief Overview of Henry VIII’s Many Wives, But Shockingly Few Children
I'm an instinctual writer. I need a phrase or a train of thought to snag my attention in order to really write. This small piece might not turn out to be anything, and it definitely is nothing if I ignore the itch to sort it out, but my best writing comes through instinct. I don't … Continue reading Rambling at 4 in the Morning
This week has been a nightmare. As a whole, no one likes cranky ill people. Society wants a pretty, innocent-looking, sick person. They want someone who has faced adversity down the throat and come up with a way to spread love and joy to their community. They want a selfless sick person. They want to … Continue reading Today, I am Angry.
AKA "push through the Fear" or "One of My Biggest Secrets" I don’t remember my first performance, I don’t remember if acting was my idea, or encouraged by my family. All I know is that I have been acting for as long as I have been walking. When people ask why I am an actor, … Continue reading Why I Am An Actor