When I began trying to break my nail biting habit back in August of 2018, I got my first gel manicure. Up until March 15th, I had only seen my bare nails when my amazing nail artist Marie was taking the old gel off and putting on new gel. This last manicure, my nails started [...]
I'm an oversharer, and no, I don't mean I overshare like everybody else on the internet. I mean I overshare in my everyday life. I used to catch myself after an interaction and think, "wow, they didn't need or want to know that about me." Sometimes I would get angry with myself for talking too [...]
Hi! I took a break from posting during winter term due to a variety of factors. One: I was going through an intense depressive episode at the beginning of January and it lasted through the end of February. Two: most of my classes this term were extremely demanding and in the most ridiculous ways. Three: [...]
The Book of Essie By Meghan MacLean Weir Published June 2018 I borrowed this book from my local library. Get a library card and use it! This review contains slight spoilers and references to sex abuse I really loved this book. I couldn't put it down. I know most people say that about the books [...]
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.