I used to be a maximalist through and through, I thought there was some kind of prestige in having a shit-ton of things. I have realized through minimalism that the number of things you own doesn't make you better or worse than anyone else. I am becoming a minimalist because its what is truly comfortable for me.
My original goal was to go 90 days without biting or chewing before I considered my habit broken. I restarted my 90 days on November 29, so I'm 41 days in. I already decided though, that if I can go 90 days without biting or chewing my nails, I'm still going to extend my goal 90 more days. I really want to break this habit and be done with it.
The Way You Make Me Feel By Maurene Goo Published August 2018 I borrowed this book from my local library's young adult section. Get a library card and use it! This review may include spoilers. I don't do "number" or "star" ratings because I think those systems are arbitrary and vague. The first half gave [...]
My cat, Sylvie is sweet, does silly things, and is diabetic. Sylvie will be 11 years old in February and he's been diabetic since 2016. He is happy and healthy and I had to change my lifestyle quite a bit to accommodate his needs. Having a diabetic cat is not a death sentence, it just requires more love and care than is normally expected for a cat.
My skin care routine has evolved over the years from only using bar soap, to using bar soap and a moisturizer, using a facial cleanser and moisturizers, the 10 step korean skin care regimen, to now: using bar soap again but with a facial oil, a surum, and a moisturizer. My skin care routine has [...]