I don’t know what I’m doing, but I’m doing my best.
Just out here, navigating this stage of semi-adulthood. Inviting you to laugh at me, with me– because let’s be honest: none of us know what we’re doing.
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This is not a fitness blog.
Truly a laughable concept in itself. I do enjoy keeping you posted on my fitness journey which consists of me not knowing how to workout but trying anyway.
This is not a fashion blog.
Don’t get me wrong- that would be great, but not my thing. My wardrobe consists of:
- 2% clothes I have bought in the last year (90% of that 2% was bought from a consignment shop) (This is also not a math blog so I’m not even sure that makes sense.)
- 85% hand-me-downs from my sisters or mom (or dad, honestly)
- 13% clothes that I borrow from roommates and friends
If I am buying new clothes, it’s probably because I have borrowed something so many times, it’s time I just get my own. I am a proud #OutfitRepeater and, in all honesty, I hate shopping. I would rather spend money on food/flights than clothes.
This is not a blog about my non-existent cute kids.
As much as I do enjoy cute babies, there will be no babies on this blog. If you’re looking for some parenting tips, please move along for the sake of your children. I am a child trapped in a semi-adult body.
This is not a cooking blog.
Every now and then I can pull off some pretty great recipes, but if it’s more than 10 ingredients, I’m probably too lazy. Maybe one day I can dazzle you all with some Pinterest finds that work out, but for now, I just try to remember to turn the oven off after overcooking my frozen mozzarella sticks.
So, what kind of blog is this?
Your guess is as good as mine. I love to write, and I love to connect and share funny stories with people, so here I am.
In a nutshell, I have way too many candles, I’m friends with too many dogs that I don’t know on Instagram, and I have too many blankets on my bed. As you may have guessed: I have no idea what I’m doing…
…but i’m doing my best.
“…are you going to eat your pickle?”Bridget Plunkett
“I don’t think you’re ready for this jelly.”- Destiny’s ChildBridget Plunkett
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