I’m not a minimalist. Nor do I aim to be. But 2020 was such a year of indulgence when it came to online shopping for me, that I feel like I need to take a step back and refrain my consumerism.
Basically, I’m so full of stuff I need a shopping diet.
Continue reading “2021, My Low Buy Year”
I’m admitting to them, so you can’t hold them against me. That’s how that works… right?
Continue reading “guilty pleasures.”
Time flies when you’re over 25. Years, not posts. I started this blog two years ago and it feels like it was 3 months ago, max. The past post was my 100th. Even though I feel like I haven’t learned all that much, after 100 pages of content, I must have some lessons learned, right?
Here’s a list of 10:
Continue reading “10 Lessons I Learned With 100 Blog Posts”
I know that’s not the picture of a cat, but I couldn’t find a royalty free scowl that was that representative of my state of mind, so you’ll have to deal with the owl.
I’m a level-headed, reasonable, logical person who is guided by facts and facts alone. So you might wonder how come I’m starting to get affected by the covid quarantine 2 months after it ended.
Well, because f*ck logic. Nothing makes sense anymore.
Continue reading “Quarantine is turning me into Schrödinger’s Cat.”
1. The fact that forgiveness is the key to happiness doesn’t mean revenge doesn’t feel good.
2. No matter how anti-piracy you are, you’ll never pay for WinRar.
3. You’ll never know what tomorrow will bring, but try to guess.
Continue reading “15 (politically incorrect) Lessons I Learned in 30 Years of Life”
In case you haven’t read the first part of this story, I’ll start with the same disclaimer: this is not a joke. This actually happened to me.
If you haven’t, go read that first post. It’s important for context and I’m 100% sure that you will laugh at my misery. It’s ok. I would if I was you.
Continue reading “My wedding dress was taken hostage – part two.”
This isn’t a joke. It was March 14th 2020, my wedding was supposed to be in 2 months, we were living a f*cking full fledged pandemic, I was starting a post graduate program along with a new full time job, so I needed something to provide me with the stress I was clearly lacking. I guess a missing wedding dress would do it.
I’m not a cheap bride. I wasn’t looking for a deal. I got my dress at a respectable, well rated store. Well. That store was sold at the end of last year. And the new owner is, for the lack of a better word, hum, ratchet.
Continue reading “My wedding dress was taken hostage.”
I hope you’ve had a good time this holiday season. I’ve neglected the blog so much for the past month that I’ve let the opportunity go by to wish my readers a merry christmas and happy new year.
But this year, and particularly this past month, has been filled with changes.
Continue reading “Post-eillon”
I think making the bed in the morning is the most useless and ridiculous chore.
I associate colours to vowels and numbers. Sometimes I can remember a name or date just by the colours I remember them having.
Continue reading “10 Random Facts About Me (aka I’m a weird human)”
Here’s what sparked this post: I have new clothes and the same non-existent space to store them, so I’ve been looking through items in my closet that can be donated. I’ve found two skirts that don’t fit properly anymore and a pair of lavender bell bottom pants. Except my mother told me she could dye them burgundy so the pants are staying.
I took advantage of the momentum and went through my eyeliners (hence the picture). I’m only getting rid of one because it’s the only one that’s dried out.
Continue reading “The Decluttering Falacy”