The Aging Human Body

It’s no secret that it’s basically impossible to be fully prepared for adulthood. We’re fumbling through it like our parents did and their parents before them. Sure, we knew that we would have to “be financially independent” and “clean up after ourselves...” But I was really unprepared for what growing up would do to...my body. … Continue reading The Aging Human Body

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My Love/Hate Relationship with Routine

From what I’ve heard, when it comes to routine, there are two different kinds of people: people who like routine and people who prefer spontaneity/variety. In Myers-Briggs speak (because you know that I can’t talk about personality without talking about the MBTI), this is P(erceiving) vs J(udging). P’s (like me), lean more towards spontaneity and … Continue reading My Love/Hate Relationship with Routine

“The Chair”

They said we had to adult. They said we had to do all of the things. They said we had to wash all of our clothes after doing all of the things in them. Then we laughed and invented: The Chair. ...or rather, since leaving college, it’s more like “the ball of clothes on the … Continue reading “The Chair”

Things I’ve Learned While Working in an Office

These past 3 years that I have spent in the workforce have taught me a lot. Have they taught me about ambition and about taking pride in my work? Sure, whatever. More importantly, they have taught me the unique and fascinating habits of office culture. Here are some of those habits that I have come … Continue reading Things I’ve Learned While Working in an Office

Introverted Extrovert

I like patterns. I’ve always been good at finding themes and patterns in the world. And as such, I’ve learned a very important rule of the universe: HUMANS DEFY ALL PATTERNS. Yup, as someone who has struggled with empathy her entire life and who searches for patterns in everything, I’ve found humans to be totally … Continue reading Introverted Extrovert

Yoga Terminology: Explained by a Sassy Semi-Beginner

Do you often find yourself confused in yoga class? Do you feel discouraged because you don't understand anything that the instructor is saying, even though everyone else seems to? Why is everyone lying on the ground? You want me to put my arm where? I keep hearing them say something about dogs. Are there dogs … Continue reading Yoga Terminology: Explained by a Sassy Semi-Beginner

Visiting Disney World as an Adult

For those of you who do not know me, I am a pretty big Disney-phile. My first trip to Disney was when I was 11 months old, and I’ve been in love ever since. Okay, so obviously I don’t remember that trip in particular, but the point is that Disney has been a part of … Continue reading Visiting Disney World as an Adult