Often when I am writing, it is in pieces. When someone once asked me to describe my writing process, the best (and most obnoxious) way I was able to speak to it was by comparing my writing methods to the way my grandma crochets.
Self-doubt is a calculated monster thriving on subtleties. It’s the summation of all of the little, almost forgettable occurrences perhaps glazed over in… Read more you are a reflection of the company you keep
I want to thank you for your contribution, be it monumental or otherwise, to this metaphorical patchwork quilt. It seems… Read more a metaphorical patchwork quilt
Sediments of dirt and ash dance together, intertwining with the knots in your hair as you pull yourself from the fire. You are aware… Read more among the wreckage
Yesterday on Instagram (shameless LipLiner plug, oh well), I asked our followers to tell me the title of the best book… Read more summer reads
Hey there, folks. It’s been awhile, and I’m sure you’ve desperately missed mine and Mary’s ramblings taking up your Facebook… Read more balancing life + me