Homage Tuesday: Malcolm in the Middle

Hey friends,

I want to try and do something different on Tuesdays, I’ll still have my Let’s Talk Tuesdays, but sometimes there are tv shows, books, and sometimes movies that I really want to recommend you, (the readers). It’ll be under my wormhole section on my blog but that’s enough of the intro. Today’s post is going to pay homage to Malcolm in the Middle. I really regret that I never watched it as a kid but I’m happy I at least found it as an adult. Continue reading “Homage Tuesday: Malcolm in the Middle”

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Let’s Talk Tuesday: Being sick around the holidays

Hey friends 😐,

It almost seems to me that every year around the holidays I get sick. It’s almost like a tradition for me; eat thanksgiving feast, talk, nose runs, coughing everywhere, than I’m sick the whole December. It just never fails!

I remember the very first time I got sick around the holidays, I was just a little girl. In Florida with my whole family, (not every single person because we wouldn’t fit), but just enough to where there was a person in every corner of the house we rented. I remember that day like it was yesterday, Continue reading “Let’s Talk Tuesday: Being sick around the holidays”

Mundane Friday: I’m thinking minimalist

Have you ever heard of a minimalist? Or maybe seen something on Facebook? In this post, I explain shortly what a minimalist is. skateparadise.tumblr.com via giphy

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Lately I’ve been walking around my apartment and I say to myself, “damn, I have a lot of shit.” I know where it came from, but I’ve been dying to get rid of everything, here’s why.

When I was younger and would visit family members, I use to think, dang. They have a lot of shit too. Not an episode of hoarders but… maybe close to it. But I always promised myself, my apartment wouldn’t look like that and… it did, but not by choice. When I first moved, I had plans of how I wanted my first place to look. The only downside to that was, when I was moving, Continue reading “Mundane Friday: I’m thinking minimalist”