Late one night while watching Sex & the City (and simultaneously torturing my boyfriend), the episode where newlywed Charlotte discovers that Trey has issues “getting it up” was on. more
Spring is here.
The sun is out, birds are chirping, flowers are blooming – and so are my allergies.
Let’s talk about sex baby!
The science aspect of it though.
Yes, sex IS a science. more
Have you ever felt prepared for something and STILL managed to fail?
Not due to lack of preparation but extreme levels of crippling anxiety that affected my performance.
This overwhelming feeling that hinders my agility is not new to me but it’s something I’ve learned to cope with.
Still, I always hear that “some” stress is good for you but —
How much stress is good?
I’m spaced out.
That header image of Eli Manning perfectly depicts how I look and feel these days:
Not sure where I am but my already full plate is now overflowing.
In the movie Elf, Elf described his journey to New York City, “I passed through the seven levels of the Candy Cane forest, through the sea of swirly twirly gum drops, and then I walked through the Lincoln Tunnel.” more
I miss words.
I’ve been quiet in more worlds than just this one.
My attention span is set to 3 seconds. Tops. more
Just wanted to wish everyone a
As Andy Williams sang, “it’s the most wonderful time of the year.” For me, it’s my time for social isolation.
It’s no secret that I am fluent in sarcasm.
I also happen to LOVE House, Hugh Laurie played the sh*t out of that character. But I digress..
Aside profanity, sarcasm is my default language. more
Tis the season for significant drops in temperature, shorter days, and feeling SAD.
By SAD, I mean Seasonal Affective Disorder.
I’ve written about SAD and its effects in the past both in regards to the winter season and the summer time. Seasonal Affective Disorder is a form of clinical depression that kicks off during the late autumn and winter thought to be caused by the decrease in daylight . more