Hits (few), misses (many), and some helpful suggestions for merch I’d actually buy.
We’re into the second half of the year now and I’ll be real with you: I haven’t thought about these resolutions since the last time I wrote about them. But hey, at least writing this monthly post is a good reminder to myself?
It’s been a while since I’ve done one of these Glossier fangirl sort of posts, so I figured I’d update you on my favorites and share my experience at the Seattle pop-up.
Last weekend, my parents threw us an engagement party. We weren’t responsible for much, but in many ways, it felt like a small scale rehearsal for the main event next year.
It’s not just Dia de Portugal today; it’s also Portuguese National Heritage Month here in California. While I’ve written about Dia de Portugal and about being Portuguese in general, this year, I want to switch things up.
Getting back into my writing routine means writing routine things. I missed writing last month’s resolution update in both senses of the word: it never got written and I felt its absence.
What was supposed to be a week-ish break from blogging while I was in Austin last April turned into a nearly two-month-long hiatus. Let’s get caught up on what happened in the last two months, what’s coming in the months ahead, and the future of this blog.
Corals? For spring? Groundbreaking. This roundup of peach and coral eye, lip, and cheek products are how I’m shaking up my makeup for spring.
The Glorious Bitches Galore GMs shared our perspectives on what made this event different and the advice we’d give future femme fantasy GMs.
April always sneaks up on me. March starts off as a leisurely month. Rainy day relaxation now that the drought is over. Sunshine returns with daylight savings. Then, the end starts to creep up on me and say, “Surprise! You’re birthday’s here!”