The Wallflower Box touts itself as “an expertly curated monthly box of activities, bath & body items, literature, apparel, accessories, and snacks to rejuvenate and unleash the power in every quietly fierce introvert.”
Hermits, rejoice! This is the subscription box for you! I received a free box from the folks who created it and I wanted to share with y’all what was inside . . . Continue reading “Fellow Introverts, There’s a Subscription Box Just for You and Me!”
Happy Valentine’s Day, y’all!
Rather than post some more mushy crap on the internet this February 14th, I thought it would be more appropriate to give a shout-out to my fellow wallflowers.
Continue reading “A Letter to My Wallflowers This Valentine’s Day”
Back in elementary school, one of my favorite days was Valentine’s Day. Continue reading “Do You Still Write Valentines?”
Surely, you’ve all seen the commercials by now. People all around the globe are sending in their DNA samples to find out who they really are. The cool folks at AncestryDNA™ were kind enough to gift me not one, but two AncestryDNA test kits!
Continue reading “Does the AncestryDNA™ Test Really Work?”
To write is human, to receive a letter: Devine! – Susan Lendroth
In an age where folks incessantly check their phones and tablets for new messages and where “likes” are the golden stamps of approval, this old soul still believes in the good old-fashioned art of putting pen to paper. As someone who frequents stationery stores, has an address book and actually buys stamps, I can’t recommend letter writing enough. It’s a surprisingly cathartic way to show someone you care and hey, why should phone bills and take-out menus dominate our mailboxes anyways? Spare 49 cents and send a note that’s more than 140 characters to someone you love. It’ll probably be the cheapest thing you do all day.
Continue reading “The Importance of Handwritten Letters”