It’s been quiet in this space for a long time. The night I wrote this post, I was mugged outside our home.
I’ve always had problematic skin. As a teenager, and well into adulthood, I struggled with acne, and sensitive skin that’s dry and oily all at once (side note: if you think you have combination skin, look up dehydrated skin and see if that sounds more like you. Life. Changing. Information.) Continue reading “My current skincare routine”
I wrote about new beginnings in my last post before Christmas, contemplating the new year. I wrote it speaking in the metaphorical; years end and new ones take their places, and yet we mostly stay the same people, live the same lives. While I made my plans, life made plans of its own, and here we are.
I’m writing from the sofa, mid-semester, mid-November, mid-twenties. And despite being in the middle of so many things, I’m suddenly aware and in awe of the ways we can begin anew.
I’m sure I’m not the only parent who skips lunch more often than not, or is guilty of scarfing down a couple handfuls of cheddar bunnies and calling it a meal. To avoid existing entirely off of children’s snack foods, however, I do have a couple go-to lunches I never seem to tire of. Continue reading “Thai-inspired turkey lettuce wraps”
This post is the first in a series dedicated to our adventures in tidying up, paring down, and better enjoying our home (and life).
It would be a gross exaggeration to call us minimalists. We have stuff. We like our stuff. Continue reading “Minor Minimalism”