Blogging, Featured, Social Media

Do You Feel Sad When People Don’t Hit ‘Like’ on Your Posts? That’s Normal.

4 Comments 04 June 2014

source here I told myself that the second I was no longer a poor, starving artist, I would order a subscription to the New York Times Weekender. At 30 years of age, I can proudly say that I’m no longer poor or starving, and I guess the artist part could be argued as well. However, [...]

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Featured, Travel

Hipster Travel: Sunken City, the Neighborhood That Fell Into the Ocean

2 Comments 03 June 2014

Last weekend, I jumped in my car and drove to LA, like a goddamn fool. I’ve been a huge pussy about flying and after crying like a little bitch about whether or not I should buy a last minute flight or make the 42-hour roundtrip car ride to LA, I decided to toughen up, throw [...]

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20-Something, Featured, Hipstercrite Life

Do You Have Anxiety? You’re Not Alone, Child

7 Comments 15 May 2014

  source: The New Yorker I often write about my anxiety on this blog. Maybe you’re sick of reading it, or maybe you can relate. Maybe you’re a hypochondriac like me. If you are, share a soothing comment down below; it’s nice to know I’m not the only nerveball out there. My anxiety has been [...]

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Austin, Travel

I Think We Created a New Fashion Trend: Formal Tubing Wear

2 Comments 13 May 2014

This weekend, we celebrated my boyfriend’s half birthday. I had a written the story as to why we celebrated his birthday in May instead of on his actual birthday in November, but when I read this post to him, he said, “You don’t have to put EVERYTHING on the Internet.” And because I don’t want [...]

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Fashion/Design, Featured, Hipstercrite Life

For the Two Women in My Life

3 Comments 08 May 2014

I grew up with a single mother. Across the street from us, my grandmother. These two women helped shape who I am. They are not perfect women, but no woman is perfect. As they age, their imperfections amplify. And they are aging. I can’t stop that. I hear it in their voices. I see it [...]

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Austin, Featured

ATX Safer Streets: How You Can Help a Movement to Make Austin Safer for Pedestrians

0 Comments 30 April 2014

Following the news of the tragic death of Kelly (a.k.a. ATX Hipsters) this weekend, Zack Teibloom made me aware of ATX Safer Streets, a coalition of concerned citizens advocating for safer streets in Austin for pedestrians and cyclists. You’ve probably heard a lot about ATX Safer Streets recently, and maybe you even liked their Facebook page [...]

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Austin

Austin is Not a Pedestrian or Cyclist-Friendly City, and That Needs to Change

30 Comments 28 April 2014

Austin is a progressive city in so many ways, but being pedestrian and cyclist-friendly are not two features the city can boast. On Saturday, I read yet another article about a pedestrian killed by a drunk driver in Downtown Austin. I shared on Twitter that this is becoming an epidemic in our city, and that [...]

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Austin, Featured, Pop Culture

Austin’s Moontower Comedy Festival Has So Many Boinkable Comedians This Year

0 Comments 25 April 2014

Guys, I’m stoked. The Moontower Comedy Festival just started and I got a press badge. For this blog. How the hell that happened, I’m not sure. All I know is that that means I can stalk write about the Kids in the Hall. Man, I love the Kids in the Hall. I’ve written about them a disgusting [...]

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