There's a candle company based out of my circus school, and the owner is one of the nicest people I've ever met. It's also brilliant to have a candle company in a gym, because it always smells like apples or vanilla or pine trees, instead of feet and sweat. Anyway, the candle company's busiest season … Continue reading books I read in December
On one hand, I can't believe the year is almost over. On the other hand, I started making gingerbread and finished all my Christmas shopping weeks ago. Books I read in November: Rich People Problems, by Kevin Kwan I just can't help myself. It's so bad but so good. The Night Gardener, by Jonathan Auxier … Continue reading books I read in November
Random musings from my brain on why I blog (hint: it's for myself).
Random musings on communication between millennials and baby boomers, and a recipe for sugar cookies.
It's hard to think of something upbeat to say when I've read three depressing books in a row. I wanted there to be a big thunderstorm so I could curl up in bed with hot chocolate and an enjoyable book. Instead I spent last weekend climbing around a treetop adventure course, riding the wooden roller … Continue reading books I read in July
Don't even talk to me about how fast this year is flying by. I'm loving it and I'm hating it and I'm getting married soon. Actually, I'm not, but it feels that way since everything and everyone in the wedding industry is already booked for the entire summer of 2018. That's nuts. It turns out other … Continue reading books I read in June
I learned a lot of things in university. I learned how to calculate the rate of heat transfer from one end of a pipe to the other if it was a certain mix of copper and aluminum. I learned the force it would take to permanently deform an I-beam. I learned how to do a … Continue reading things I wish someone had taught me before I got my first job