You can see my first post about online dating here. Now we continue on the thread today with the topic of: Okay, so you found a few guys that sound interesting, you’ve messaged back and forth and you aren’t totally creeped out by them. So now what? They ask for your number, or offer there own number… … More Online Dating: What Now?
Runners are an awkward breed. Everyone has their own things that they do that sets them apart from the pack, but for the most part – and we’ll admit it – we are a bit looney. On my 11-miler this weekend, I had a lot of time to think about a few things that make … More Running Confessions
Now that I don’t have school dragging me down and keeping me stressed, I actually have time to myself and time to get out in to the dating scene. Say what?! Yeah I know, it’s been awhile since I’ve brought that up on here, ha. I’ve had my random guys here and there (Not like that, … More Online Dating: What Not To Do
So a few days ago we chatted about how I anxious and nervous I am about this big change in my life happening. In less than two weeks I will be moving to a new city, in a new state, to live with one of my best friends… Well I have some great news: I … More It’s Time
I rarely do book reviews. I don’t read to review books – I read to get lost in someone else’s life, discover who killed who, guess who will end up with who, etc. I almost will always finish a book, even if I’m not enjoying it. (For example, most recently, I really struggled through All The Lights … More Born To Run: Book Review
Things have been rough over here lately – stressed, anxious, chubby, restless, and so on… So I want to bring a little positivity out and talk about some fun things that I’ve been up to lately! Surprises! Last weekend, I drove up to BWI to pick up one of my best friends from PT school.. … More Five Friday Favorites
If you’ve followed me for any length of time, or know me in real life, you know that anxiety is something I talk about often and experience way too often. A little history: my anxiety probably started (or at least I began to notice it much, much more) the spring before I entered PT school. … More Changes