How a drag queen and a trip to Cambridge inspired me to live my best life

As a wise drag queen by the name of Katya once said, "Moral of the story: don't be so fucking sensitive Mary. It's a short life. Live it." She may have tweeted this out a half hour ago, but by god, those words are so relevent to my life right now. (Side note, go listen … Continue reading How a drag queen and a trip to Cambridge inspired me to live my best life

Workin’ On My Fitness

Because I am a modern 21st century millenial woman capable of whatever I damn well please, I have decided to add a wellness section to my blog. I love anything wellness so it just makes sense. I plan on someday, eventually, getting around to getting my personal training certification because I just love it so … Continue reading Workin’ On My Fitness

The Women Who Inspire Me

Today is International Women's Day (isn't every day women's day?), and it's a good time to reflect on how far women have come, and thank those who've inspired what it means to be a women. The following woman have particularly inspired me, and have helped shape me into the woman I am today, and inspire … Continue reading The Women Who Inspire Me

Real Talk: Homesickness

Every person who moves away from home is going to experience homesickness at some point in their life. Whether you're moving to a new city for college, or moving to a new state, or in my case, moving 3,000 miles away across the ocean and to a new country, you will miss certain aspects from … Continue reading Real Talk: Homesickness

10 days of Solution

As you know, I've been using Glossier's Solution in the everlasting quest of *perfect* skin. And by perfect I mean no acne please and thank you. The uneven skin tone, I can live with because that is so easily covered. Acne, however, is the bane of my existance. And let me tell you, I have … Continue reading 10 days of Solution

American in London

I've lived in London for just a little over two months now. Sometimes it still doesn't feel real, and it's like I'm on extended vacation. But then I remember I don't have a planned trip home, which makes me feel a little homesick. I'd be lying if I said I didn't miss America, as tremulous … Continue reading American in London