We’ve had our KitchenAid blender for something like 8-10 years. I’m not really sure, but it’s been around a while. It’s kind of like when you’re trying to guess the age of someone, and you say they looked 60, but then you remember that your parents are in their 60’s, and the lady in question… Continue reading Smoothies for All!
You can’t shame yourself healthy – you can shame yourself into six pack abs. Maybe you chuckled when you read this. Maybe you said, “Psh, I’d take the shame and six pack abs!” I know there were many years where I’d have said that – well, honestly, there’s still days where I’d say that. But… Continue reading Health Shame
Tracking is something I enjoy in concept, but don’t quite follow through on in execution. Using my Silk & Sonder planners for the last four months has made tracking a part of my daily routine. (It’s strangely fun and satisfying for me.) Occasionally, I get heart flutters. Last summer, however, I had heart flutters every… Continue reading Tracking Things
While I’m attempting to write a largely spoiler-free piece on Tenet, reader discretion is advised. If you went to the movies much in the six months or so leading up to the pandemic, you probably saw a trailer for Tenet. The first trailer I saw for it was very short, and to me, lackluster. But… Continue reading Tenet