I Took a Barre Class : Storytime

I wrote this post over a year ago, in 2018, but I never published it because I thought that maybe it was too negative. But this was my experience in a barre class and if you’ve had an experience like this one, you’re not alone: “The classes blend cardio, strength training, flexibility, balance and core conditioning in […]

Fabletics: Youtube Made Me Buy It

I love Youtube. I can learn about virtually anything. I can look up a brand and find a dozen reviews from real people who actually used the product. I can follow certain personalities and get to know them in a personal sort of way without actually knowing them. There are a few Youtubers that I’ve […]

Tag : WWWIA

“We don’t stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing.” -George Bernard Shaw (Or Ben Franklin) Tag is a childhood game that I don’t exactly relate with, I can’t remember ever playing tag with my cousins or my siblings, or even with the neighborhood group of kids. We played other […]

I, Tonya (2017) : WWWIA

Tonya Harding and Nancy Kerrigan, a duo that I’ve known my entire life, but never really understood why. Growing up, if there were two people who were really competitive someone would say “Be careful! She might pull a Tonya!” I knew them as rivals, I knew that Tonya Harding was a super competitive person who […]

Lady Bird (2017) : WWWIA

Lady Bird was a movie that I had heard nothing about. I saw a trailer on Facebook and immediately sent it to my mom. Indie-esque movies about being a misunderstood teen with parents who just ‘don’t get it’ are my mom’s jam. We went and saw it the next weekend… Surprisingly, like super surprisingly, my […]

Ipsy : June 2017

It feels like it’s been forever since I’ve written an Ipsy post… Okay, it kind of has been forever. My last Ipsy post was in January! Can you believe that? I think I stopped posting my Ipsy bags because I realized that I’m not really a beauty blogger. I leaned off posting so much about beauty and […]

Why Him? : WWWIA

Why Him? is a movie starring James Franco and Bryan Cranston. The movie was advertised as a comedy that follows Ned (Cranston) as he meets his daughter’s boyfriend, Laird (Franco), for the first time! We saw this movie on Christmas day with my parents and sister. While I can see this movie causing problems in […]