Mothers Day is approaching and a day I usually love, I now dread. Pre-miscarriage, I loved the photo's on social media of new moms celebrating first Mothers Days, pregnant folks celebrating their babies-to -come and all of the handmade cards from little ones. I looked forward to Indigo's Mothers Day emails of gift guides for… Continue reading Mothers Day Post Miscarriage + Triggers From Miscarriage Survivors.
This one goes out to all of the people going through fertility treatments/procedures in hopes of conceiving. It also goes out to their support system, wife, husband, partner, best friend, roommate- whoever has truly got their back! It is also dedicated to people who aren't so helpful. I in no way think anyone is being… Continue reading Things to NEVER Say to Someone Going Through Fertility Treatments/ Infertility
First off- I'd like to start this post by saying I love my wife VERY much. I remember when we first started dating I was blown away by her ability to open her mouth and project sounds that didn't resemble a dying animal (Note: I really cannot sing). I was even more impressed when she… Continue reading Being The Wife of A Musician: The Things No One Tells You
Wow- it's been a while (again). One of my fatal flaws is I can be inconsistent...surprise, surprise. In my defence, in the last 5 months I've moved, gotten married & gone to Italy. So I mean, life has been busy... Okay, that's an understatement. Life has been so insane I barely realized how insane it… Continue reading Back to Blogging/Post Wedding Blues
Hard to believe it's 2018. I remember being 17 and setting new years resolutions to "lose 20 pounds" and "get a bikini body." I don't know why we, as a society, are so fixated on our bodies looking a specific way. I also have no idea why the standards of "beauty" affect children & teens… Continue reading 2018
First off, I wanna start this post by stating how extremely thankful I am to have the privilege to live in a country that celebrates LGTBQ+ love. I also am so extremely gracious of the kindness I have been shown by my close family and friends and the acceptance and love they have showered me… Continue reading My Coming Out Story
Worst. Feeling. Ever. Am I right? I don't often miss my medication but, when I do, I sure do feel it. My head feels like electric shocks are pulsing through my synapses and my stomach feels like it's being shredded. I feel exhausted no matter how much sleep I get. I'm irritable, angry and impossible… Continue reading How to Survive When You Miss Your Medication
In 2017, lesbians are everywhere. Ellen Page, Kristen Stewart, Ruby Rose, Halsey...so many up and coming, talented women standing with the LGTBQ+ community. The representation of lesbians is on the rise (while I find the representation of bisexual or gay men, unfortunately, isn't as prominent.) Shows like Orange is the new black made lesbians crazy!I feel… Continue reading 10 Things No One Tells You About Being a Lesbian