Posted in February 2012


I just finished Mindy Kaling’s book Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me? (And Other Concerns). Overall, I loved it. I flew through it in 48 hours, often laughing out loud in public (drawing suspicious looks from those around me). It was a candid, funny look at life in your 20s and early 30s and the … Continue reading

Friday Eye Candy: 02.24.12.

As a single girl, I spend a remarkable amount of time imagining how awesome my life would be if I, say, bumped into Jake Gyllenhaal at Starbucks and he realized on the spot that nothing would make him happier than whisking me away from my job and my debt and my roommates and beginning a … Continue reading

Chronology of a disappointment.

Saturday, around 11am: Thought I made dinner plans for Saturday night. I was reluctant to commit to anything, but did it anyway, even though I was fully aware I was probably making a bad decision. You see, this guy has a history of disappointing me. He tends to suggest plans that never actually come to … Continue reading

My Valentines.

I hate Valentine’s Day. Hate it with a passion. In my spectrum of hatred, it lies somewhere below Fox News but above Tom Brady. So yeah, it’s up there. When you’re single, it sucks. And when you’re dating someone, there’s all this pressure to do something grand, and it still sucks. But this being a … Continue reading

When Brenna met Staalsy.

If you asked me to list my top five favorite NHL players right now, this list would probably look like this: Sidney Crosby Jordan Staal Kris Letang Brooks Orpik Ryan Kesler (Typing that list also feels kind of like that scene in Austin Powers, where he lists everyone he knew and what they’re dead from … Continue reading

A few thoughts on a Thursday night.

It’s been awhile since I’ve posted. Things have been crazy around here lately, and I just haven’t had the time or the energy. But I’m back, life is returning to normal, and I promise to be better about updating you all about my incredibly boring life. 🙂 Basically, over the past few weeks, this is … Continue reading