Well, well, well, look who made it one week without alcohol! It may be a small victory, but it’s a win nonetheless.
To those of you reading this as a follow up to last week’s announcement that I’ll be living sober, I want to say a special thank you. The amount of love and support I received was overwhelming. I feel so blessed to have each and every one of you cheering me on and even more honored that you would take the time to come back and read up on how I’m doing. You are all lovely people and I thank you for that.
I learned a lot about myself this week. I learned that I actually enjoy life a little more when I have more to look forward to than a trip to the bar. I learned that alcohol really DID have that much negative of an impact on my mental health and I’m so much healthier without it. I learned that soda makes me breakout (I started substituting alcohol with soda… bad idea. We’re back to water and decaf coffee now). But most importantly, I learned that it was ridiculous I’d been so afraid to STOP drinking for so long.
Continue reading “Sober Saturday: Week One”
As I stand here on the edge of 23, I felt it was only appropriate to make my birthday month’s playlist a collection of my favorite jams from the 22nd year of my life. Here’s to another year of great music to come!
Continue reading “22’s Favorites – April 2019 Playlist”
“Psychedelic Spring” is a playlist comprised of colorful classic rock songs that everyone’s inner hippie can appreciate. You’ll hear artists like Elton John, Queen, The Rolling Stones and, of course, The Beatles. Whether you were a teenager in the 70’s or just an old soul like myself, you’ll enjoy the blooming sounds and ~groovy~ vibes in this month’s playlist!
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“Journal” is a playlist comprised of smooth, easy listening songs that nourish the soul. I find myself listening to these songs while I write, but you may find them useful for back road cruises, bubble baths or just hitting the reset button and winding down. Whatever mood you fancy them for, I hope you find joy and peace in these tunes.
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So far this month we’ve talked about what to do when our lives are falling apart, being betrayed by the person we love and bringing peace into our lives despite all that. We’ve even created a playlist to help deal with the pain.
Well, my friends, I’ve got another playlist for you today! This one is less about the pain and more about the empowerment that comes after. Once we’ve pulled ourselves out of the ocean of emotion and start to remember who we are. That is what this playlist is all about. It’s experiencing the ebb and flow of emotions, but still picking yourself up everyday and charging forward into life with a fierceness.
Continue reading “You’re So Vain, You Probably Think This Post Is About You.”
January 2018 is the month of healing on Argent & Or and there is nothing that heals quite like music. I find that taking time to feel every emotion from sadness to anger, confusion to resolution, is extremely important in the healing process. That’s why I’ve put together this playlist for the brokenhearted Argent & Or reader. Since I can’t send you all an individual bouquet of your favorite flowers, here is my gift to you. A culmination of songs to kick-start your emotional journey.
Continue reading “For The Broken Heart: January Playlist 2018”
If you didn’t have the chance to catch it or didn’t feel like cutting off your arm to pay for an Apple Music subscription, fear not! For I have brought you the top 3 most profound moments from Harry Styles: Behind The Album (with accompanying gifs because trust me you want to see these).
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By now you’re probably aware that Harry Styles dropped his first solo album. You most likely saw it on Snapchat, heard Sign of the Times on the radio, or your cousin with a man bun won’t shut up about it. And with good reason.
Continue reading “Harry Styles Just Saved Rock ‘N’ Roll: An Album Review”