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30 Days of Truth

30 Days of Nonsense

I hate dating. I admit it. I’m a relationship girl. I’d rather fast forward to the sleeping in his t-shirt and making him coffee part… the beginning stages are not my cup of tea. Sidenote: I sleep in my favorite guy’s shirt. Perhaps that’s why I am not at all inclined to try to work myself into a more agreeable one. Part of the magical beauty of him is that […]

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30 Days of Truth, Day 30.

Day 30 — A letter to yourself, tell yourself EVERYTHING you love about yourself Dear Jenni, My goodness you’re resilient. You get your heart broken daily and yet here you are, still smiling like it’s just another Wednesday. I love that you’re getting better at asking for what you want and deserve. Your loyalty won’t always be used against you and I begrudgingly love that you still stubbornly adore the least […]

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30 Days of Truth, Day 29

Day 29 — Something you hope to change about yourself. And why. I sincerely hope I stop loving men who make me feel unworthy and insignificant. Of all the self destructive habits I possess, this one cuts the deepest and hurts the most. Mean men are my weakness and boys who make me wonder why I ever thought they’d love me back, are my achilles. I understand it’s a Daddy issue, […]

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30 Days of Truth, Day 28

Day 28 — What if you were pregnant or got someone pregnant, what would you do? I would have an abortion. Absolutely no question in my mind. I would walk if nobody would drive me. I am 100% done growing humans to keep or give away. No. More. Babies. In. This. Body. Period. (Unless any of my offspring can’t grow their own…) I’m all for babies and breastfeeding. I loved my […]

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30 Days of Truth, Day 27

Day 27 — What’s the best thing going for you right now? Things are good. Good enough that I worry about acknowledging how good they really are. My professional life has never been better and there’s light at the end of the tunnel for the first time in years. I have a job that compliments my life as a single parent, first. It’s also tailored to the weird skills I’ve accumulated […]

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