Brides Can Have Anxiety About Their Bridal Fittings, Too

Brides Have Just as Much Anxiety I have my first bridal fitting tonight and I’m pretty anxious. For the past year, anytime it came to doing things for the wedding, I’ve politely skirted around the issue. When my future mother-in-law would ask, “When are we going to look at bridal gowns together?” I’d kindly smile, […]

Contemplating Pregnancy

Deciding to Get Pregnant Today was going to be the day John and I tried to conceive. For as far back as I can remember, I had always been eager to become a mom. More specifically, I always wanted to get pregnant. I remember being five years old and shoving shirts underneath my pajamas so […]

Write for Us! We’re Accepting Guest Bloggers

Do you want to become a successful blogger? _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ What do you want to write about? It’s a simple question with a complex answer. Often, whenever a writer sits down to write they have a list of topics they need to discuss. Maybe their job is to describe movies or politics. Perhaps it’s a review […]

Creep: A Night Out With Radiohead

Every good relationship involves making sacrifices. That is why last Tuesday, you found me at a Radiohead concert.  I can’t stand Radiohead. Their music, outside of the song ‘Creep’ has never been on my radar. If they decided to sing ‘Creep’ while I was there, even if it was the last song they played, I […]

My Bridal Shower Sucked, But I Got Through It

If you want to know what the hardest part of this whole wedding process was, just ask me about my bridal shower. Back in May, I was experiencing one of the hardest weeks of 2018 since my mom died. I can’t remember why, but I remember crumbling at the very mention of the word ‘wedding.’ […]

At 183 Pounds, I’m the Fattest I’ve Ever Been

I’m fat. I never really realized I was a fat person until I saw a picture that my fiance took of me on Saturday. I was on my way to drop off my latest abstract painting to Brigandi’s Barbering Company located in Audubon, New Jersey. Ariel, the owner of Brigandi’s and someone I’ve unbelievably known […]

Letting it Go: The Magic of Frozen on Broadway and the New York Skyline

I’m not the biggest fan of the Disney movie Frozen. I was 25-years old when the movie came out and by no means did I, along with all of my other 30-something year old friends gather around the plasma TV freaking out when Elsa suddenly changed her clothes and then forced my mom to watch […]

Holding On To What Makes Us Happy

I’d be lying if I said most mornings didn’t start out talking about Disney in some sort of capacity. Whether it’s talking about an upcoming trip, friends, a new movie coming out like Christopher Robin, or simply reminiscing about “that time when…” Disney is just a part of our culture. Perhaps, more appropriately: it’s just […]