You want to minimize your anxiety as you head into another year? Same, girl, same. I’ve always loved holidays, especially near the end of the year. As much as I’ve grown to dislike winter, there’s something so cozy and promising about Christmastime. I love buying gifts for others, and of course it’s fun to unwrap gifts myself. The bright, festive lights go up and the fuzzy Christmas songs play 24/7. There’s an alluring distraction to holiday preparations, as stressful as it can be to run around like a headless chicken buying gifts for friends and family. I really do love
It’s that time of year! The Christmas bells are ringing, sleigh bells are jingling, and everyone is waiting in fear or anticipation for the ball to drop on the new year. Which is it for
*Spoilers ahead* Why yes, I have waited until after Thanksgiving to finally, finally get to my review of Netflix’s original horror series, The Haunting of Hill House, which had been released in time for Halloween. However, I noticed that
November is the month for finally writing that novel you dreamed about! Today’s guest post is a thoughtful piece that is sure to excite all aspiring novelists, like myself, because it talks about NaNoWriMo. Take it
Disclosure: This post includes an affiliate link, meaning that at no additional cost to you, I will earn a commission if you click and make a purchase. It is a time of milestones! This is
Lara Jean of To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before has written love letters to some pretty amazing guys–but only one is actually meant for you. Which of the boys Lara Jean’s loved before is he?
Today I am adapting one of my latest podcast episodes for you avid readers out there and my precious #gallantgals who are loyal to the blog. The podcast episode was titled, “How to Negate Negative
You know when you’re about to send an important text or email and you’re stuck in that phase of second-guessing yourself? Like, does this sound okay? Do I sound polite enough? Does it make sense?