I’ve always been the kind of person that squirms in the face of complacency and stagnation, so it’s usually this time of year (when the temperature drops to a reasonable number and I can walk outside without sweat immediately pooling on my lower back) that makes me take inventory of the things that are going well in my life and the things that could use some improvement.
Every human with hair that's long enough to cover their face knows the struggle of not feeling motivated enough to actually wash their hair, but also not wanting to look like a gremlin. While some people might opt for a baseball hat or a simple half-up, half-down look, my preferred greasy hair day style is Dutch braided bangs.
Have you ever found a beauty product that is the end-all-be-all of its kind? Have you ever then had said product be discontinued, leaving you feeling distraught in search of a replacement? This happened to me a few months ago when I learned that Sephora had discontinued my favorite gloss of all time, forcing me to begin the hunt for a close match.
When the brilliant Green Day frontman Billie Joel Armstrong wrote the lyrics, “Summer has come and passed / the innocent can never last / wake me up when September ends,” I doubt he thought it would become a meme that circulated at the end of September every year. Keep reading for my thoughts on the things that have helped me get through the home stretch of the summer and on my way to the first few (still very warm) days of fall!
One of my favorite things to do when it comes to cooking is attempting to recreate my favorite food items. It presents a unique challenge to get it just right, and often I find myself making little tweaks that actually improve the dish as a whole. This is definitely true for one of my most recent ventures into the wild world of homemade pizza.