Hi Everyone 🙂 So as I may have mentioned before, I've decided to start a new blog... One that's a little more focused. One it you'll find content related to health and wellness, (like this energizing yoga class I shared), Words of Wisdom from yours truly (you know, because I think I know everything), and … Continue reading My New Blog
Emotional, theatrical, irrational, distractable. When it comes to interacting, I’m also quite retractable. Quizzical, comical, sensational, unusual. But all I want to be is somewhat inspirational. Doubtful, rueful, sinful, a handful. Depending who you ask, that last part is disputable. Wishful, hopeful, bashful, yet somehow tactful. Even though sometimes my actions are quite laughable. … Continue reading Rhyming Words Is Therapeutic For Me
Do you ever find yourself handing advice out to people that you yourself don’t actually follow? Ugh. I do it all the time. I’m constantly handing out advice (as if I know what’s best for people?) but rarely am I ever following that same advice. It’s like a sickness. Got a problem? I know exactly … Continue reading Do As I Say, Not As I Do
As I’ve been spending more and more time organizing my blog and turning it into a part of my everyday life, I’ve been thinking a lot about it’s purpose, and identity. I originally started this blog (Pretty Little Words) as a place where I could share my own personal writing (which I still want to … Continue reading I’m Growing. My Blog Is Too.
Do you ever wonder if other people think you’re interesting? Of course, as a blogger, it’s your job to be interesting, or else, it would be difficult for other people to take an interest in what you have to say. I think in general, most people find themselves interesting, (and why wouldn’t they? Every person … Continue reading Is Your Blog Interesting?: Make Your Words Worthwhile
Morning Snuggles You wake up in the morning and quietly turn to the still sleeping body that lies next to you. You’re a morning person. He is not. Gently, you plant a kiss on his shoulder. He stirs, opens his eyes, briefly (perhaps to make sure that it’s you), then closes them shut and scoots … Continue reading Married Without Children: Details From A Beautiful Phase In Life
When you’re a workaholic (like me) not only do you spend 40 hours a week working a full time job, but chances are you spend a good chunk of your free time working too. In my case: I work Monday –Friday from 9am-6pm at a traditional advertising agency (I’m not particularly fond of this job, … Continue reading Confessions Of A Workaholic: Why We Do What We Do