Who knows what's going on in the world these days? I would've thought that we'd be taking steps forward instead of leaps backward. During times like these, it's easy to get into a spiral of negativity, gloom, and doom. However... Instead of focusing on the negative, we should do what we can to make our own positive impact in the world. Play our part in making the world a little better each . . .
It was a sad moment all around when Dandelion was announced to be retiring after 27 years - the bright yellow in Crayola's crayon set. This was decided in order to make room for a new blue shade. *cue sad music* "Our beloved Dandelion decided to announce his retirement early! There’s no taming an adventurous spirit! #NationalCrayonDay" - Crayola This isn't a first-time occurrence for the crayon . . .
This week has been a good one to say the least. It started with an Amazing Race-style event that ended in a completely unexpected proposal by my boyfriend of 10 years. Then the HelloGiggles team let me know that an article I wrote has been published on their website. I've been going on their website since I discovered New Girl and started fangirling over Zooey Deschanel, so I . . .
When you say "sustainability", normally one of these three things pop to mind: Buzzword. A word thrown around without any real backing, just to be a part of the "green trend". Tree Hugger. We've all come across these people. The hippies that no one can really relate to. Guilt/Deflection. The problem's too big to fix to make a difference. Someone else will do it. As a result of this, it . . .