(photo credit: richkidsunite, via Flickr) I have long accepted I need to write about happenings in my life in order to make sense of them. The unfortunate aspect about this understanding is that I write about it, and consider the job to be finished; even when I know something is good for me, I write about … Continue reading “So, uh… Whiskeytown is your favorite band?”: Dating and Popular Culture
(here's an old picture of me holding my favorite record, which I think is like, ~really fitting~ to this post.) In a now heavily-gif'ed interview, Dave Grohl described the early impression of the internet as being reminiscent of a bathroom wall, where everyone would write their best explicit material, usually directed toward a specific someone. … Continue reading It’s not me, but it’s probably me: pop music and passive aggression
(I took this picture circa 2010 at an antique store with my first cell phone camera.) Hi! I just ate macaroni and cheese with a brownie for lunch and I feel bad about it but the brownie was ace, so who cares? That is, what I've always been taught to be called a "short … Continue reading life update
(art by Jessi B. I miss her!) We're ten days into the new year, and I already can't believe how much new year related space in occupied in my brain. I'm not sure what it is, but I'm feeling lighter; the amount of relief I'm sure we all have for 2017 to be over, … Continue reading a long december (or whatever it is, I hate the counting crows)
The holidays are weird. They are a time where a lot of us get reflective over ourselves and pay close attention to those things we wish we could change (I bet those of you who know me are like, Taylor, you're always reflective. I know, the holidays are my reflection period, with all of the … Continue reading home is what you make of it, i guess
It's officially been one year (and a few days- Procrastination is my middle name!) since I started my blog. This picture was taken in the library of my college, exactly where I started my blog; I was supposed to be doing spanish homework I think. I had big dreams for my blog. I still do, … Continue reading one year later
October was a MONTH. Not just a month, but a MONTH! I normally do a "favorites" post at the end of the month, but I forgot last month and just really didn't feel like I had a lot of "favorites" in October. It was sort of the beginning of the fall season and I have … Continue reading october (the month where i discovered mushy peas. does anyone want to hook me up with some)?
My 2017 can be defined by a few very specific factors: graduating from college, Ryan Adams' discography, anxiety over politics and the safety of the free world, and my introduction to the serenity brought on through salt lamps. Some time in the summer, my grandmother started raving endlessly about how she had heard about the … Continue reading i went to a salt cave and was not salty about it.
I am currently reading Theft By Finding by David Sedaris and have been incredibly inspired by his ability to keep a journal for a quarter century. I don't know if I will ever write for this long, but I'm excited by the prospect. 2017 has been a year for me-- I decided to document some bullets of my … Continue reading it is not normal to cry into a sandwich about nuclear war: 2017 (so far) line-by-line.
(here's a sample of my growing pile of books on my bedroom floor. is this art?) When I wake up every morning, my glance almost always goes to the pile of books on the floor of my room or next to me on my nightstand. I've got them divided into piles of "read" and "not … Continue reading books, etc.