This Week’s Best Stuff on the Internet

Feliz Sunday, y’all! Hope you all are having a fabulous weekend.

You know who I thought of for the first time in a very long while? Monica Lewinsky, because I watched her pretty darn great TED talk. I was only 13 at the height of this scandal, and didn’t truly appreciate how horrific that experience must’ve been for 22-year-old woman. Obviously what she did was wrong, but my god, she was seduced by the President of the United States… We all makes mistakes, especially in our early 20s. I felt so much empathy for her. The talk worth a listen. 

On a lighter note, Tim Gunn seems like such a cool, collected, genuine guy. I love him. He makes it work.

This news on Alzheimer’s is so exciting. 

Don’t we all have bigger things to worry about than this woman’s hair?

Did you read the takedown of the Minimalist Pixie Dream Girl? I thought this response was spot on

Newsflash: a good divorce is better for kids than a bad marriage. 

A great question: What Would Your Mom Do?

So you’re calling me a creative genius! Nice!

Enjoy this Christopher Walked dance montage

Lastly, and more on this next week, xoJane published an article I wrote. I was scared as H-E-double-hockey-sticks to submit something to them, but it actually turned out well. Weeee!

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Comments (3)

  • Morgan A. 5 years ago Reply

    I had not seen that article on the Minimalist Pixie Dream Girl yet. Glad you shared that. I sometimes feel so discouraged by other bloggers/instagrammers I follow because their lives to appear to be so glamorous and perfect, and I could never reach that level. I actually wanted to start a blog because I noticed there weren’t many "real" life blogs out there. But it’s become a lot harder than I expected. I’m more than okay with not being perfect, but when we are all bombarded by people that look like they "have it all", its hard not to feel down or that your life isn’t as great as you thought. This was a good reminder that we all are doing this for different reasons and we shouldn’t put each other up or down about it.

    I wan and tell real stories, but sometimes I get swept up in making things seem a little more perfect than it really is. But ultimately I think we are all finding out

    Morgan A. 5 years ago Reply

    HAHA oops I started typing and scrolled down and left that on the end there. Clearly I’m not perfect lol.

    molly mogren katt 5 years ago Reply

    Everyone is faking it to some extent. Well… except me! And you! 😉

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