“Just go with it.” This simple yet overtly complicated direction and piece of advice that I often get from well-meaning friends baffles my control-freak mind. I never quite understood how someone could just be okay with just seeing what happens. That, of course, wasn’t until I realized that life is way more fun when you… Continue reading A control freak’s guide to going with the flow.
If there’s one thing I’ve learned over the past few months, it’s that there’s a whole host of things that I need out of my friendships in my early to mid-twenties. Unfortunately, a lot of that was learned through trial and error. I had to go through a lot of sh*t with people to see… Continue reading Things you should get from friendships in your 20s
Growing up, I was afraid of everything. Fear had this looming omnipresence in my life. My fears ranged from bees, to eating meat, to never getting a boyfriend, to a recurring nightmare about my American Girl Doll. You name it, I was probably afraid of it at one point or another. (My family will never… Continue reading The good kind of fear.
Kasia & I have discovered over the past few months together that we have a lot in common. And more than the fact that we're both writers. We've gone through a lot of similar experiences over the years that we both swear make us the strong-willed ladies we are today. I'm happy to share with… Continue reading True Life: I’ve been ghosted.
Sam: I want to thank Juliette for sharing this awesome post. I'm excited for you guys to read all of the stories she has to share on the blog. It's been amazing to connect with a kindred spirit over the Internet (shout out to The Lady Gang squad) and swap horror stories. More from her… Continue reading Real talk: is it me or the app?
Sometimes at work or in the car I’ll listen to podcasts. Most of the time I’m looking for something that makes me laugh to pass the time. That’s what drew me to listen to “I Don’t Get It” a podcast by Bachelor alum Ashley Iaconetti. One particular episode really struck a chord with me and… Continue reading Find the person whose eyes light up.
I graduated from the 8th grade in 2007. To think about how much has changed in the world of social media over the past ten years alone is baffling to me. When I first started talking to boys and had my first “boyfriend” in the seventh grade, our conversations began on AIM. We built connections… Continue reading Social media single-handedly saved & ruined my dating life.