GIF It Up, GIF It Up.

I figured I'd write a ton of paragraphs to describe how life has been so far, but I type all day. And though I'm not complaining about typing all day, I love GIFs, so let's tell the story a different way, shall we? And hi! Are you good? 1. But I did, Katy Perry. Again. …

Living Single.

I've been a singleton for many years now, and have lived alone for many years, as well. So let's chat about a few of the awesome and not so awesome stuff about living single, shall we? We're limiting this to the actual living part of living single. Let's start with the not so great things …

Life…So Far…

Hey, y'all. Been a while since I updated you, dear readers, about life and what's going on with your Square Peg. Image credit: Giphy Autumn 2020. Lest we refer back to the year that shall remain nameless, we'll start there. After months of quarantine living and having way too many conversations with myself, I decided …

All the Things.

So, by now, I’m sure you’ve heard the details of the “bombshell” interview that Oprah Winfrey conducted with Harry and Meghan a few weeks ago. (If you’re a woman and a person of color, not much that you heard was surprising.) But believe me, despite not being largely surprised by how Meghan was treated, I …

my own grass.

Photo by Akil Mazumder on Pexels.com I once mentioned to a friend that when I see others engaging in milestones in their lives--babies, marriage, etc.--it fills me with yearning because I long for those things myself. Her response: the grass isn't always greener. You know the cliché/adage. But here's the thing about me, and a …

The 2020 Win.

Believe me, I hate to go back to that weird year, but I promised to discuss this awesome development in '20 and never got around to it, so here we are. Here are five awesome things about my promotion at work: Honestly, I'd been praying for and working towards being back in a field where …

Just No.

Image credit: Instagram Whew. The accuracy. I saw this post on the ‘Gram and felt like discussing. So, although “no” is a complete sentence (just like yes), most people don’t hear it that way. Agree? Most of the time, a “no” is followed by a “why not?” from the hearer or them giving you a …