Brooke Cagle1. You adore meaningful conversations, but want to run away when it’s time for small talk. You thrive and light up during meaningful conversations, but at the same time, you shrink inside during small talk. You hate to talk about the weather and meaningless facts about other people’s lives and would so much rather… via 11 Things People Don’t Realize You Are Doing Because You … Continue reading 11 Things People Don’t Realize You Are Doing Because You Are An Extroverted Introvert — Thought Catalog
Everybody has a best friend, whether it be the kid next door or someone you’ve known since you were basically born. Here is a list of friendships from television shows that portrayed relationships in some of the best ways possible. Continue reading “10 Times Television Showed Us Actual Friendship Goals”
At least it’s going to once the tree is up!
I’ve been looking forward to this weekend. Tonight, the tree goes up; and tomorrow, the outside lights and indoor decorations come out. I seriously cannot wait, because this is the stuff that I look forward to! Everyone knows that once it starts to look like Christmas, it starts to feel more like Christmas. Continue reading “It’s Beginning to Look A Lot Like Christmas”
Whenever I got into writing bucket lists, I always came to the realization that my bucket lists weren’t really things to do rather than places to go. I’m not the person you’ll find jumping off a bridge on a bungee cord or out of a plane with a parachute. No, I’ll be the one with a suitcase and passport, ready to see all these amazing places filled with culture, history, and a great view. There are so many places that I’d like to get to and really learn about, but here are some of the most interesting countries to me, in alphabetical order:
I mean, who doesn’t want to visit Australia? The first time I said, “I need to go there,” was when I was about seven, watching Continue reading “Top 10 Countries on the Bucket List*”
My hair has always been my most distinguished feature: if I were to describe myself to a stranger on the phone that needed to find me, the first thing I would mention is the curly mop on the top of my head. I was the token ginger kid—unless if my childhood friend, Thomas, was around. I am actually kind of superficial when it comes to my hair. I don’t like it when people play with or touch it; I barely even like to straighten it. I can’t leave the house if it’s frizzy or all over the place—I have to wet it down in order to brush and style it. Mousse and hairspray are constantly needed. Continue reading “I Am My Hair”