I know I’ve been a lot quieter than usual online for the last few months, but there’s a good reason: The first trimester of pregnancy has been way tougher than I (naively) expected. Yep, Steven and I are having a baby in about six months! Naturally, I have a lot of thoughts on the subject….
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Happy post-holiday! I hope your break was lovely, and filled with family, friends, food, and fun. Hopefully Santa brought you everything you asked for, but if he didn’t, maybe at least he included gift receipts or a few gift cards. While your friends/relatives/boss/partner may have had the best intentions, it’s possible that they just don’t […]
When you’re in the middle of it, it can be easy to take for granted everything that you do in a year. Going through my projects from 2017 made me appreciate that I made some cool stuff in the last year, though! In no particular order, here are my ten favorite projects of 2017.
This week I was finishing up a big work project, so I’m behind on pretty much everything else! Also I’ve been super distracted by political stuff, to be honest. (I want off of this nightmare roller coaster, please.) So this weekend I’ll be trying to disconnect and re-focus on some home projects that I’ve been […]
Sorry for the sparse posting this past week, but I’ve been a bit preoccupied. On Thursday my husband Steven and I flew out to Washington DC, where we protested the inauguration, and participated in the Women’s March. The march itself was inspiring and empowering. I saw women of all colors and orientations, children, and men […]
Happy 2017! I had a nice little break, how about you? How do you feel about new year’s resolutions? Do you make them? In general, I don’t make new year’s resolutions. They’ve always seemed so cliché, plus the types of drastic changes that many people strive for seem doomed to fail. So I usually ignore the whole deal. […]
Very early this morning, after staying up all night crying and worrying, I walked to my east-facing window to see if I could see the sun coming up. It wasn’t visible, but somewhere, behind the clouds, it was there, softly brightening the sky. They say it’s always darkest before the dawn. I’ve been in unlit […]