If someone told me 10 years ago that I would be married by now with a child, I would have laughed at them and thought they were insane. I never imagined myself to be where I am now but despite my highlight reel, I do not make a point to brag about it on Facebook … Continue reading Social Comparison on Social Media
This post is a continuation of Weeding Out Toxic Friends. If you haven't read it yet, please read that blog post first. Update: Since I mailed my letter to Jenna and she should have received it by now, I decided to write to Emma* as well. For their sake, real names won't be disclosed. Lately, I … Continue reading Weeding Out Toxic Friends Part 2
There is nothing wrong with texting. In fact, it's the main way that I communicate with people these days. Being in an isolated location and supervising a newborn 24/7, it's very difficult to socialize in the real world. Throughout the last 8 years of my life, I became a texting queen. My writing has improved … Continue reading Texting Killed the Conversation
There is no easy way to handle unwanted baby advice, especially from a family member whom you simply cannot avoid. Unless I ask for advice on parenting, I do not want your opinions shoved in my face. I cannot tell you how many times someone has given me "the talk" about how to properly parent. … Continue reading Unsolicited Baby Advice
Toxic friends have no place in our lives. These friends are like weeds that suck the life and happy feelings out of us. As a naive little girl, my mission was to make friends who would like me for who I am. Being the introverted and far from perfect girl that I was, I didn't … Continue reading Weeding Out Toxic Friends
My mom left me in charge to take care of the dog. No notice just wakes me up from my deep sleep to tell me that there was more leftover money from the Bridal Shower that she threw for me the other day. She makes leftovers seem like it is something to avoided, but I … Continue reading What’s Up Buttercup?
I have decided to take up this odd hobby called blogging. Ever since my daughter was born, I have lost all desire in posting on Fakebook, Instagram and I hardly deal with Twitter. It's scary... starting from scratch and feeling overwhelmed by the burden of branding yourself. What if nobody reads my posts? Am I … Continue reading A Little About Myself