Every birthday, people love to ask me if I feel any different. As if the day of each birthday I grow another gray hair or develop a new wrinkle. In reality, the day of my birthday often feels just like the day before. Aging is more marked by big life events, new revelations, and dietary intolerances that my body seems HELLBENT ON DEVELOPING. Tomorrow, I … Continue reading 29 Things I Learned in my 29th Year of Life
New year, new blogging challenge. This week, blogging buddy Bill challenged a bunch of us to write posts about how old we feel (you can find his post here!). With my own birthday just 7 weeks away, it does seem like a great time to reflect on how old I am and how my mortal husk is decaying. Like Bill, I also feel as though … Continue reading How Old Do I Feel?
In my kindergarten class, like many others, our teachers handed out a paper that read “When I grow up, I want to be _____.” We were tasked with filling out the form and probably coloring it, or something. I don’t quite remember this kindergarten exercise, but my parents have told me about it many times. On Back to School Night, when they came into my … Continue reading When I Grow Up, I Want to Be: Proud of Myself
So I wanted this first post to be about what started me writing this blog in the first place. I decided to start this blog on the day that I had: The Breakdown™. If you’ve made it past the introduction, you’re probably here because you’re in a similar boat as I am — a directionless sail boat tossed about not only by the sea below … Continue reading The Breakdown™