My boyfriend (who I lovingly refer to as â€œthe manzâ€) loves movies. Actually, that’s an understatement. He adores movies; everything from the screenplay, to the cinematography, to the smell of the paper in the DVD case when it’s opened for the first time. The manz, most likely as a pregame pump up for shooting his graduate thesis film, has been re-watching a lot of his favorite movies and bringing me along for the ride. Continue reading
For as long as I have wanted make people laugh, I have been in love with Gilda Radner. Now, if you are not familiar with Gilda, 1) that’s a bummer and 2) she was an original â€œNot Ready for Prime Timeâ€ player on Saturday Night Live. Known for her wide berth of characters and infectious personality, Gilda has been named as an inspiration to many women in comedy, including Tina Fey. Continue reading
In the past, I have prided myself on my laissez-faire attitude towards wellness. My whole life, I’ve had the great fortune of being as healthy as an ox, and I was a pretty active child/teenager, so my punk attitude about health really didn’t affect my life all that much.
I have lots of clothes. It’s sort of ridiculous. Even after paring down my wardrobe and donating a huge chunk of it, I still have more clothes than I can handle. At this point, every piece in the closet is something that I adore and treasure. Continue reading
The past couple of months have been very hard for me. I’ve been jobless and broke, and I know that a lot of you are in the same position. My normally optimistic demeanor began to fade and an oppressive fear began to take its place. This fear was unlike any that I had experienced before. I mean I’ve been scared of things, everyone has, but this was different. It was a new fear, the fear that things were never going to change, and that maybe my life would always be this hard. That maybe I wouldn’t ever have a stable and healthy life.
For today’s food post, I decided to write about a subject very near and dear to my heart: Ramen
I went into The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (henceforth known as TGWTDT because I have lazy sloth fingers) having no concept of the story or the characters. My mother, who has read all of the books and saw the movie last week, assured me that the movie was very true to the book and that I would enjoy myself. I trust her opinion, and I also trust David Fincher, so making the decision to go see the movie was a no-brainer.