The Lady and the Firefighter

Finding a Balance of Sweet and Heat



12 Things that are Wrong with the NFL Conversation

Here’s why so many people are completely in the wrong about protesting athletes kneeling during the national anthem, protesting the President’s remarks, boycotting the NFL, and making this any sort of conversation right now. Continue reading “12 Things that are Wrong with the NFL Conversation”

Ethnicity and Beauty Choices

There’s something that has been on my mind for a while. I would like input from anyone regarding the matter.

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What’s Good for the Goose, Isn’t Always Good for the Gander

Today, there are so many cases of the public being too sensitive and overreacting to a statement made by celebrities. One example being the huge uproar (complete with #CancelColbert internet campaign) over the Colbert Report’s poor re-delivery via Twitter of a joke made on air. At the time, Colbert had pointed out the mind-boggling logic behind Dan Snyder creating a charity for Native Americans to make up for the fact that he owns a team called the Red Skins.

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One Man’s Trash is Another Man’s, oh wait! That’s Still Perfectly Usable!

There is something to be said about a New York City sanitation worker having to pick up the trash left behind by the residents of the city that doesn’t sleep. Oh, the things they must see!

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The Great Makeup Debate

I wear makeup. I put on lipstick to go to yoga.
Does that mean that I’m insecure? Do I think I’m ugly? Do I wear it so other people think I’m pretty?

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27 Things I learned at 27

Yet another year is winding down. Let’s reflect.
Twenty-seven was the age that brought on a lot of personal evolution. Here are some of the biggest lessons that I am taking away from the age of self-discovery.

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for·give – verb \fər-ˈgiv, fȯr-\
: to stop feeling anger toward (someone who has done something wrong) : to stop blaming (someone)
: to stop feeling anger about (something) : to forgive someone for (something wrong)

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