Ultimate Pride Playlist

In honor of Pride month, I’ve compiled a list some of my favorite queer songs (or songs by queer artists). Music written for queer people is often hard to find so I assumed making a list would be more convenient and easy to find. The Village – Wrabel Take me to Church – Hoizer HIMContinue reading “Ultimate Pride Playlist”

Prayers for Boulder

I had my next post typed out but after yesterday I’ve decided to talk a little bit on what is happening in my home state of Colorado right now. If you live in the states I’m sure you heard about it. A man walked into a grocery store in Boulder, Colorado and shot 10 peopleContinue reading “Prayers for Boulder”

Amazing Grace

I recently went to a family friend’s funeral. Sitting in that seat at my former church brought back strange memories of the last time I went to a funeral. I was a kid around 11 years old I think. Another family friend. If I’m being honest, I’m not accustomed to grief. I’ve never had anyoneContinue reading “Amazing Grace”

About the Stock Market Drama

I’m sure you’ve heard about it already. The Reddit users that single-handedly used the stock market game against Wall Street itself and caused the Gamestop stocks to skyrocket. That act forced a hedge fund to go bankrupt and another to lose 6% of its value. At least that’s what I believe happened. I honestly amContinue reading “About the Stock Market Drama”

A Helping Hand

The way we view the world is different for everyone. Our experiences are ours and ours alone. We can’t walk in each other’s shoes and think what they’re thinking (although that would make things much more simple). When we experience something, it paints us an emotion for the next time we interact with a similarContinue reading “A Helping Hand”

When Despair Hits

There’s never a perfect time to have hard conversations about mental health. Withe holidays approaching and everyone feeling the busyness of the season, it’s easy to ignore or put-off our own needs. I mean all it takes is a quick google search and you get the statistics for depression, anxiety, panic, insomnia, and despair. DespairContinue reading “When Despair Hits”

For the Love of Everything Except Politics

With the presidential debate happening tonight I feel like I should say something before this all starts. If you’re reading this and you’re not from America, I should give fair warning that we are the Florida of the world. We set ourselves on fire and shoot ourselves in the foot and then say that we’reContinue reading “For the Love of Everything Except Politics”

On the topic of work

I gotta start by addressing this hiatus I’ve taken from writing. It wasn’t really my choice but it was influenced by my lack of enthusiasm. I’ve been trying to find the time and the energy but when I have one I never have the other. So this is me forcing myself to write, honestly. IContinue reading “On the topic of work”

Good Decisions for the Soul

Not quite chicken soup, is it? Yesterday I got a suggestion for an article about Billie Eilish and how she “can’t win” against her critics. It was about how she posted some pictures from her vacation in Hawaii and some featured her in a bikini (I mean, it’s Hawaii, come on.). People commented some prettyContinue reading “Good Decisions for the Soul”

Quiet in the Quarantine

Yes, I’m starting this blog in the middle of the COVID-19 quarantine. I have a lot of time on my hands. At two weeks in, I’ve read 4 books, watched 3 series on Netflix, done 2 puzzles, and colored in “calming” adult coloring books. I’ll probably buzz my hair or something soon, pull out myContinue reading “Quiet in the Quarantine”