It’s September, ya damn hippies! You know what that means. Read More
Pregnancy is hard. Pregnancy is very hard, but also very rewarding. I’m sure you probably think I’m talking about the little bundle of joy I got out of it, but I’m not. Don’t get me wrong; I am absolutely grateful for my son especially since he’s so stinking cute. However, right now I’m talking about other rewards or as I like to call them “pregnancy perks”. When you’re pregnant, AMAZING things happen to your body. Your hair grows, your nails grow, and your skin is flawless. Yes, tons of other nasty things happen to your body to balance the scales, but I like to focus on the positive. Read More
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, then you know that the United States was in the path of a Solar Eclipse. For those of us lucky enough to live in or near the path of totality, it’s safe to say that it was a glorious moment to witness. Read More
I know a lot of you are thinking about or are in the process of transitioning your hair from relaxed to natural. In order to offer a bit of insight and encouragement, I thought I’d share my natural hair journey with you all. If you have no idea what I’m talking about, fret not. Stick around and at the very least you’ll get a good laugh and some black mail worthy photos. Read More
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Like any self-respecting nerd, I LOVE documentaries. I love documentaries about food. I love documentaries about crime. I love documentaries about…pretty much anything. One of my favorite documentaries, however, is about an epidemic on college campuses across the United States. Documentarian Kirby Dick is at it again with another eye-opening film about the dangers of institutional pride. His newest film, The Hunting Ground chronicles the stories of several men and women’s experiences with sexual assault on college campuses. Read More
The month of August was a big month in the Wright household. This month we (my husband and I) finally decided to really commit to getting healthy. I’ll be going over the full extent of “Fitness Month” more in a later post, including how I lost 20 pounds in just 1 month! Read More
Every time I go to the gym I get hella overwhelmed. There are all these machines and there’s usually some really jacked dude in the corner grunting. It can be a bit much. However, since there’s only so much I can do from home, I have to go to the gym every now and then. That’s where spin class comes in. Spin class is great because it gives a really intense full body workout and you really don’t have to think too much. If you’re thinking of trying out spin class, here are a few tips and tricks I’ve picked up thus far. Read More