I’ve been thinking about this letter for a while, but haven’t quite found time to type it up.
(In fact, I don’t really have time right now. I’m not even sitting at a computer as I write this, I’m thumb-typing on my iPhone while you watch Saturday morning cartoons. You just looked over at me and said, “no phone, mama,” which is BS because you’re sitting there on your iPad! But I digress. If this letter gets thumb-typed into my phone, I guess that’s how it gets written.)
Bear’s second birthday is in five days. How is that even possible? I’m working on a letter to him (my practice of writing monthly letters slowed to a crawl/stop in the last few months; the last one is at sixteen months here) that I’ll post soon. Without having finished it, I can say this: motherhood has been the biggest, most fundamental shift that I’ve ever experienced. It hasn’t always been easy, but I am so, so grateful
A few weeks ago, I wrote a post about the privilege of being able to vote in a democratic system, and in it, I argued that voting itself is the most important right that we have.
That’s true; I still think that.
But that post strikes me as incomplete.
The fact is, there’s a candidate this year who I’m thrilled to vote for. Since turning eighteen, there’s never been one I’m this excited for. And in a close race that will come down to a handful of remaining states, I feel like I’d
When I started this site almost a decade ago (some of you may remember!), it wasn’t to write about clothes or makeup. Or motherhood. Or my career, or politics, or my thoughts, or about life in general. I started this blog with a very specific purpose: to keep track of the recipes I made as I was learning to cook.
After about two years of posting nothing but recipes on this website, I took a detour. I read an article about how bloggers were revolutionizing the fashion industry by posting real-life outfits
Hi guys! I’m currently in the process of redesigning this website, so I thought I’d revisit a few older posts that I’m really proud of. If you didn’t catch these the first time, please check them out! More updates soon. xo
Sometimes when I post a particularly sweet photo, video, or blog post about our son, I get a comment back: “You make it look easy.”
Undoubtedly, this comment comes from a good place. It’s someone telling me that I’m doing ok at this whole mothering
I’ll make you a promise at the beginning of this post: I’m not going to try to convince you of anything. I’m not going to argue. I’m not going to persuade. But I am going to say some things that I believe. You can listen if you want.
If you’re an American, you’re probably well aware that there’s an election coming up.
How could you not be? Our media has turned into a 24/7 cacophony of political commentary. It makes us all agitated and desperate, certain that the