They say the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. Nine times out of ten we’ve all been there when it comes to somebody we adore.Read More »
Thoughts about the large mass of ambulances and firetrucks I passed moments earlier floated through my mind as the line of stand still traffic on the other side of the highway seemed to never end. I prayed everybody was okay especially due to the stormy weather and road conditions. Read More »
I stopped writing publicly because all the twists and turns my life was taking were far too personal to share. This year has truly been what feels like a battle of myself against the world. I have more good days than bad lately and I am so proud of the progress I have made, but I certainly have many more miles of ground to cover.Read More »
I’m currently on a much needed family vacation.
On the flight to our destination, my sister asked if I wanted to watch Kevin Hart’s most recent stand up comedy “What Now?” with her. I was all for it considering I hate flying and love Kevin Hart. It was the perfect light hearted distraction until we were back on land as was laughed the time away. Read More »
My previous post focused on overcoming obstacles through mental strength. Fittingly enough, I’ve personally been put to the test ever since. Read More »
It’s Tangled Perfection’s one month blog-a-versary!
I must admit, I’ve found much more of a thrill in connecting with you guys through writing than I ever imagined. The feedback itself has been fulfilling in such a special, indescribable way.Read More »
I was on my way home Monday night, singing my little heart out to “Funny” by Tori Kelly. It was somewhere near the beginning of the end of the song when I started to believe I was Beyoncé in front of a sea of people. I felt so much ridiculousness radiating off of me that I thought to myself, “It’s a lucky thing nobody has to witness this dreadful karaoke moment.”
It’s a love-hate relationship when it comes to the big L-word.
Cupid hunts you down (typically while minding your own business) and unforgivingly shoots you with his magical arrow. You can’t mark it in your calendar and prep for it. You can’t study for it like a final exam. You can’t plan it. It just happens.
Let’s dive right in, shall we?
If there was a queen of starting projects just to leave them in the dust, I would be crowned. I blame my attention span or lack thereof, but I’ll admit it. I’m a chronic hobby quitter. Although I do consider myself a semi-professional scroller of social media, I’m often left feeling uninspired and 140 characters is not quite enough for this racing mind.