The Audacity of Apathy

When I started my blog, my bio included a laundry list of topics I planned to cover. It also included a rather abrupt proviso that I would never discuss politics or religion on here. I wanted this to be a source of escapism, not only for myself, but for anyone that might stumble across it or read… Continue reading The Audacity of Apathy

#oddlysatisfying

The interwebs are nicknamed as such for a good reason. You may follow one path originally and end up somewhere else entirely, hence why most people are inclined to hide or delete their search history. I can't tell you how many times I've gone on Wikipedia and started with one topic and ended up 500… Continue reading #oddlysatisfying

An Interview with Hairstylist, Sandra Kliciute

When you find a hairstylist that you like, it's a wonderful feeling. When you discover that hairstylist is also an infinitely kind and interesting person with a very positive outlook and welcoming demeanor; it's pure joy! I genuinely look forward to my monthly visits to the salon, because since I began seeing Sandra at Milios Hair… Continue reading An Interview with Hairstylist, Sandra Kliciute

Lessons from The Trials and Tribulations of Chronic Pain and Aging

Growing up, the main tenant of my moral code was to always do the best and try to win. This meant throwing myself into my endeavors and chipping away at whatever obstacles stood in my way, relentlessly. As I was obsessed by athletics as a child and teenager, this quite literally meant I would throw… Continue reading Lessons from The Trials and Tribulations of Chronic Pain and Aging

Whimsically Volatile

New podcast alert! And surprise; it isn't true crime related. "Whimsically Volatile" is a podcast hosted by one of my favorite drag queens, Katya Zamolodchikova (Brian McCook) and Craig MacNeil, his longtime friend from Boston as well as director, producer, DJ, etc. I discovered Katya not from RuPaul's Drag Race Season 7 or All Stars 2, which made… Continue reading Whimsically Volatile

Crazy Beautiful: Vivien Leigh & Mental Illness

When I was aged 12, I read Margaret Mitchell's only novel, "Gone With The Wind", with the kind of fervor you can expect from a future English major and insecure preteen. What captivated me the most was the protagonist, Scarlett O'Hara; a beautiful, selfish, pragmatic, intelligent, and chameleon like woman who not only survives the… Continue reading Crazy Beautiful: Vivien Leigh & Mental Illness

Sometimes I Do Charity

Good morning friends! Today I'm stepping out of my narcissistic bubble and am giving back. Must be a full moon! I had recently done a closet overhaul, picking off a large variety of items to try to sell, admittedly. Most of them were a big fat no from Crossroads Trading Co., but I did walk… Continue reading Sometimes I Do Charity

Dating Apps: The Good, The Decent, The Loss of Faith in Humanity

Hi guys! Today I'm going to be discussing the plethora of options you have when it comes to dating applications. I'll share my own personal experience using them and what I think is worth a try or not. Do note that I have deleted and re-downloaded almost all of them multiple times over the course… Continue reading Dating Apps: The Good, The Decent, The Loss of Faith in Humanity