I was lying down on my couch, watching a Jenna Marbles YouTube video on the TV in the living room. Continue reading “Dream Journal 1/30/19 | Jenna Marbles”
The Maurices Refund Debacle | Vlog
Hey, friends. I am really, really annoyed today. Continue reading “The Maurices Refund Debacle | Vlog”
Talking About Stress and Chaos for 30 Minutes | Vlog
I’ve had quite a day, my friends.
Quite. A. Day. Continue reading “Talking About Stress and Chaos for 30 Minutes | Vlog”
The Jeep | Vlog
Hi, friends! I have an update for you. At long last…
Hi, friends! I have an update for you. At long last… Continue reading “The Jeep | Vlog”
Drama Llama | Vlog
You don’t get to pick your family…
Hi, friends. At the time that this was recorded (last night), the previous 24 hours had been a hot mess. Continue reading “Drama Llama | Vlog”
Dead Cars and Smashed Pizza | Vlog
Hello, friends. Here’s a vlog I filmed last night. Continue reading “Dead Cars and Smashed Pizza | Vlog”
Big Changes | Vlog
Hello, friends. I know I’ve been gone for a while, life has been crazy. Here’s a vlog updating you all on what’s been going on lately. Sorry that it’s so long.
Also, holy cow, I hit 300 followers on my blog?! Thank you!
“We Can Do Better”
“Let’s all learn from our mistakes, and try to be a better person than we are today.”
Hello, friends. I want to talk about something today that is very near to my heart. It may be triggering to some, and to others, you may not even care. Today, I want to talk about bullying. Specifically, cyber bullying. Recently, a very funny man named Wade, who I regularly watch on YouTube, and who I follow on social media, made a post to his Tumblr page that tugged at my heart. In his post, Wade spoke poignantly about how we, as a generation who spends much of our lives online, treat other people on social media, and shed some light on the ever growing issue of cyber bullying. Continue reading ““We Can Do Better””
My Biggest Character Flaw? | Vlog
One thing has been weighing heavily on my mind ever since my mom’s return back to Maine, and I just wanted to kind of talk about it in vlog form, because I am still just too exhausted and… brain fart-y… to type it all out, and try to work it out.
Hello, friends. As many of you may have read here, or here, or here… or here… or here… or here… my mom recently came to visit me. While the visit itself was not as bad as I thought it would be, it was still filled with anxiety, stress, and lots of tension. One thing has been weighing heavily on my mind ever since her return back to Maine, and I just wanted to kind of talk about it in vlog form, because I am still just too exhausted and… brain fart-y… to type it all out, and try to work it out. Did it work? I don’t know. I still feel like crap, and I really wish I had a pair of shorts. Or new shoes.
I really wanted that Richard Scarry book for Liam… blah.
Anyway, here’s the vlog, for those interested.
Thanks for watching, friends.
Judgmental People | Vlog
Hi, friends. It has been a rough few days for me. Kyle and I had a fight that lasted all day yesterday, and it pretty much ruined my week. It was immature, and ridiculous, and I wish it had never happened, because it served no purpose, other than to cause pain. A few things have happened in the last few days that put me in a pretty bad, downward spiral, in terms of my depression and anxiety, and I am trying to recover. Today was better. I left the house with Liam, and got some ice cream and sunshine. Unfortunately, between the woman at the park (who I mention in the video), a very aggressive pre-teen on YouTube who called me a “pathetic 30+ year old who needs a Proactiv prescription and a gym membership” (who I do not mention in the video, since it happened shortly after I recorded), and my son being an irritable, teething mess, I’m feeling pretty low again.
Anyway, I just wanted to share with you an experience that happened on my walk today, that has happened a few times in the past with strangers in public.
Don’t be this person, please.
Thanks for watching, friends.
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