Category: General Life

My Magic Wand Is Broken

My Magic Wand is Broken

Have you met Kimi of Kimi Who? Well, consider this a formal introduction and a clear example of why I adore her… And, after years in retail, it took everything in me not to rename this post, “My Magic Wand Is Broken, but I wouldn’t fix your problem anyway because you’re a giant douche.”  But…

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7 Signs You’re a Judgmental Hooker

7 Signs You're a Judgmental Hooker

In honor of a new day I’m calling Hooker Tuesdays, I’ve decided to share with you my 7 signs that you’re a judgmental hooker. You whisper loudly in public when the complete stranger you are whispering about can clearly see you staring and whispering. Don’t be that hooker. You make snide and rude comments that…

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Top 10 Reasons Military Spouses are like Ninjas

1. I love this blogger. She’s my newest obsession and I’ll admit, I might have a military spouse crush on her. 2. She wrote this post.  Seriously.  How much more perfect can this post be!? 3. She was able to do it quickly when I had to have unexpected surgery. Basically, she’s everything you could…

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They Made Fun of Me for Being Skinny

They Made Fun of Me for Being Skinny

Here’s an interesting thing that is happening in this country right now, and I’ve heard it called a variety of things. Most Recently, I saw it referred to as “The Fat Acceptance Movement.” And I have to say, that is a rather rude way of referring to it. There are multiple sides to the movement….

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Things I’m Doing Instead of Working

Things I'm Doing Instead of Working

I often say I work from home, but that doesn’t actually tell you what I do. I’m the worlds ONLY semi-professional blogger, I run my geek shop and I just so happen to be the Online Community Manager for a super cool group that helps connect brands with bloggers.  So, what I really do in…

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20 Things to do Instead of Working

20 Things to do Instead of Working

I work from home. I’ve always wanted to, but when I got sick it sort of became involuntary. But I’m here to tell you, that even at home, it can be hard to find ways to avoid work. So, as an experienced work from person, I’m here to help. Aren’t I nice? Go onto Pinterest….

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Wearing Humor Like Body Armor

Comedy is a Tumor that Grows on the Soul

  I normally like Matt Walsh and his blog, but his post about suicide is terribly misinformed. There is a HUGE difference between feeling depressed because of life or situational circumstance and BEING depressed. As someone who suffers from Bipolar disorder, I can tell you that I no more have the control over my sudden…

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Marriage Advice

In the End We are Both at Fault // It's not me it's you (Marriage Advice)

It wasn’t that long ago that I woke up and realized that it didn’t matter to me what other people thought of my marriage. While it’s fairly normal for married people to vent their frustrations to others in private, I had people telling me to give up, to leave and that my husband wasn’t worth…

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Every Time a Friend Succeeds, I Die a Little

Every time a friend succeeds, I die a little

There’s an interesting thing that happens when you want to be a writer. Nearly everyone in your life is going to tell you that it’s dumb. That you shouldn’t pursue it, get your head out of the clouds, get a real job, quit being a dreamer, and do something with your life. I’m not sure…

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How Being Besties is Like Dating

How Being Besties is Like Dating

I don’t make friends really easily.  I make acquaintances easily, and maybe those people consider me their friends, but I probably don’t reciprocate those feelings.  I feel like becoming friends with someone is a lot like dating.   Step One: You meet, make an inappropriate joke and wait to see if they laugh Step Two:…

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