Writing, no matter how superficial and impersonal, is vulnerable. This blog, for example, is putting a piece of myself… Read more On openness
The wonderful thing about blogging (compared to other forms of writing) is that I can be candid and grammatically incorrect… Read more The unremarkable and the remarkable
It’s true. I am a FoodNetworkaholic. Now, I tend to only let this side of myself show around fellow food… Read more My name is Rachel B. and I’m a FoodNetworkaholic
SPRING. IS. HERE. YYYYYYYEEEEEESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS. Bubble burst: I don’t actually love spring that much. It’s rainy and mushy and is undoubtedly… Read more The sounds of seasons
If I earned a dollar each time I have said: “If I could bury all of my money in tin cans… Read more Can we trust the green lock? A memoir.
Valentines’ Day seems like a nice day to pick up blogging again. I’ve been trying to write more lately. In… Read more On writing, being social & the cinema
I don’t get why people like tea. I think the stuff tastes like how I imagine urine would taste. I know tea… Read more Steep in THIS nonsense
“It’s tempting to preface everything with “In my life I’ve found” so that people can’t yell at me for being… Read more Unfinished strangers
I watched game 7 of the World Series last night (as I’m sure you did too). It was a passionate… Read more Do better.
I am 78% sure there was a website that was popular a few years ago called Thought Catalog. This post is… Read more Thought catalog