Throwback – Warped Tour 2012

The final part of my Warped Tour throwbacks, unfortunately my camera got confiscated at the doors in 2011 so I don’t have pictures from that one, and 2012 actually got rained out so badly it was flooded, so I don’t have too many great pictures from this year. But I do have some so once again, and for the last time because I don’t have any pictures from 2013 or 2014, enjoy!

10181_10151545472925748_2027049922_nWhat better view first thing in the morning than a guy in a dick costume on stage?

602627_10150965735000748_311858852_nChelsea Grin to start the day. I actually left during the middle of their set to catch Memphis May Fire, and a girl ended up dying right near the stage on the lawn… Pretty fucked. They closed the stage down & all the bands who were supposed to perform on that stage all had their times shifted around, it was a messed up situation.

528092_10150965732770748_167602873_nChelsea Grin // Alex Koehler. Looking his best, clearly.

532290_10150965734010748_764891945_nI honestly didn’t get many pictures this year so here’s another Chelsea Grin one.

599844_10150965737515748_1012018085_nMemphis May Fire // Matty Mullins // Random shirtless boy.

3093_10150965737920748_1468011384_nMay Fire // Matty Mullins. Would have been an awesome picture had it been in focus and not featuring someones…hat?

394676_10150965736855748_895390464_nCreeper picture of Kellin Quinn during MMF. I was SOO in love with Kellin / Sleeping With Sirens and I saw him walking around later in the day, and I went up to him and was like “hi Kellin!” and he was all like “I DON’T HAVE TIME FOR PICTURES” and kept walking. True story. I almost cried.

523752_10150965740455748_1959238966_nBreathe Carolina again aka queens of Warped Tour.

293860_10150965741350748_902915934_nOkay you have to admit, this picture is pretty sick.

532319_10150965744630748_219518072_nFinally saw Pierce The Veil!

399491_10150965745000748_552214654_nPierce The Veil // Tony Perry. Giving me that hey-gurl-how-you-doin look.

534480_10150965750120748_1557082334_nEnded the day with Sleeping With Shitheads, I mean Sirens. I’m still bitter over you, Kellin.

553919_10150965754370748_226658809_nThe same face I made when Kellin rejected me earlier in the day. The end. 🙂


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Throwback – Warped Tour 2010

Continuing on with looking back at past Warped Tours, which is honestly getting me pumped for this years, here’s some of my pictures from 2010, which was my second Warped Tour. Enjoy!

39670_415784670747_5867151_nI have no idea why this is so small?! Always lovely to see Rob Dyer first thing in the morning.

39670_415784700747_6027116_nStarted the day off with some Whitechapel.

39670_415784780747_2544962_nWhitechapel // Phil Bozeman. I had my Nikon with me this year! So the pictures are a bit better!

38177_415786245747_2070933_nFollowed by some Suicide Silence, can’t go wrong!

37749_415786620747_3061692_nSuicide Silence // Mitch Lucker. I love this picture. Rest in peace.

37669_415789015747_3346431_nEnter Shikari! These guys are so much fun live.

39117_415788790747_2767993_nEnter Shikari // Roughton Reynolds. I haven’t listened to these guys in so long, definitely going to once I’m done this post! You should too.

36811_415789485747_692111_nOliver Sykes walking away after rejecting taking a picture with me. :~)

39700_415792495747_6118079_nA part of me will always love Bring Me The Horizon, scene kid 4 lyfe.

39791_415793330747_5631491_nLive performance pictures are so flattering!

37530_415793025747_6396692_nBring Me The Horizon // Oliver Sykes. I honestly loooove this picture. Cute as fuck.

39658_415819335747_3219463_nBreathe Carolina for the second year in a row!

37637_415820375747_1376811_nKyle Even LITERALLY crowd surfed!

38631_415819780747_1559326_nBreathe Carolina // David Schmitt. Honestly how could he see anything haha.

39218_415823540747_4784009_nOh god, this years pictures of me are even worse than lasts. Who knew that was even possible? Anyways, I got to meet David Schmitt!

37902_415823610747_7938594_nI then got to meet Mitch Lucker and it was the most awkward meeting of my life.

37902_415823615747_1008893_nYou can literally see me screaming for help on the inside of this picture. (Rip Mitch)

37902_415823620747_1207729_nBut then I met Vic Fuentes and everything was okay again.

38418_415823745747_6795894_nAnd then I awkwardly met Lights because she came up and asked if there was something in her teeth, no joke. I was like, holy shit, you’re Lights! *Takes awkward picture.*

38418_415823760747_2192906_nA creeper picture of Christofer Drew being the sassy bitch we all know he can be.

39231_415826700747_7026541_nI actually used to really love NeverShoutNever. Too bad he’s a douche now.

38560_415826875747_3098610_nHere’s a picture of his butt because why not.

37624_415831605747_4175811_nAnd then I saw Emmure! Hahah fuckin’ right!

39169_415832145747_2048459_nI met Frankie Palmeri after and he got his sweat all over me I remember, it was gross, but hilarious.

39169_415832155747_6659989_nRandomly ran into Lee Malia from BMTH before leaving and got an awkward picture with him too. 2010 was weird.

39169_415832175747_2051484_nAnd that’s the end of my second, and apparently awkward Warped Tour. 🙂


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New Wave Like Whoa

new wave playlist

Growing up I was a big fan of 80s music, but it wasn’t until my late teens that I really differentiated the genres and found out that my music-heart belonged to new wave.

Even though I’m still a scuzzy punk kid – both on the outside and in – new wave makes me really happy. I can’t even explain why, but it gets me grooving with a big goofy smile on my face whenever it turns on. (And I like that they’re all love songs.)

I was never a music snob, unlike so many other people I knew growing up. I’ve never been obsessed with celebrities, or hung up posters on my walls. I didn’t need to know every song or album title, the band’s full history or even their names. I just like listening to music. If it sounds good to me, I’ll listen to it; and if it doesn’t, well I won’t.

So I basically listen to every genre of music. I like songs from the 50s all the way until present time – I even listen to classical music and jazz now and then – and I can’t wait to share more of my favourite songs with you guys, but today I’m going to share my new wave playlist with you. I kind of listen it to more than other playlist I have.

Here’s 4 hours of new wave. You’re welcome.


So, what are some of your favourite new wave songs?


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The Best Documentaries on Netflix

best documtaries on netflix

Politics, nature, conspiracies and behind the scenes; Netflix has an array of documentaries with something for everyone.

My husband, Nick, is a huge fan of documentaries. While I wouldn’t consider myself a huge fan, there are some that really drew me in. Here is a list of my favourite documentaries that are available on Netflix.

Bettie Page Reveals All


I’ve been inspired by Bettie Page for years, and even have a portrait of her tattooed on my back.

If you’re not familiar with Bettie Page, she was one of the most infamous and influential pin-up models that ever lived. What I love about her so much was her free spirit, her vibrant and lively energy, and of course, she was just gorgeous – everything I would want to be as a woman.

Bettie Page Reveals All is one of the best documentaries on Netflix because it shows you the real Bettie Page, including a real interview voice over with Bettie.


i am divine

As a huge John Waters fan, I’m also a huge fan of Divine, but until I watched this documentary I really didn’t know much about her.

What has continued to draw me to John Waters work is how he shows a side of life that most people turn a blind eye to, but in a fun and exciting way. And what I love about Divine is that like John Waters, she was so unafraid to be herself, to be eccentric and out there, and without apologizing.

I AM DIVINE follows her life from childhood to death, and it is a very exciting and interesting film and is definitely one of the best documentaries on Netflix. At least, in my opinion it is.

The Punk Singer

the punk singer

I love the band Bikini Kill. I love riot grrrl music. And I love learning about that time when feminism was taking over the punk rock scene in a way it hadn’t before.

Punk Singer makes me want to run out and do something awesome! Write more zines, start a band, write a book! It’s super inspiring and I think every girl/woman should watch this little part of feminist history.

For No Good Reason

for no good reason

For No Good Reason s a documentary on Ralph Steadman, the dude who created the artwork for Hunter S. Thompson’s book Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. I watched it last year on Netflix and loved it!

It was released in 2012 and stars Johnny Depp as himself. Depp goes to visit Steadman and learn about his artwork and his creative process. Since I love Steadman’s artwork it was really interesting to learn more about him.

The Other F Word


The Other F Word is a super cute documentary about aging punk rock musicians who have become dads. It takes the viewer through each musicians own childhood and how they were introduced to the punk scene and how that affected them.

I love that it shows a side of rebellious individuals lives that most people either don’t really think about, ignore or look down on: parenthood. Because it is an interesting transition for someone to go from the rock’n’roll lifestyle to being a parent. I would have liked it more if they also shown punk mommies, though 🙂

So those are just a few of my favourite documentaries on Netflix.

What documentaries have you seen that really stood out?


Images via: Vancouver Weekly, Signature Reads, Movie Hits, The Frida Cinema and Chicago Now

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I Liked You Better Before You Were Naked On The Internet

Underneath our clothes, we’re all naked. “We’re all born naked, and the rest is drag” as RuPaul says. Some of us may be fatter or skinnier, paler or darker, taller or shorter but in the end, all our bodies are fairly similar. So why do we freak out, when people want to post them online? Why is sending nudes something that is so frowned upon? Is it not our bodies that we should be able to do what we damn please with? Why is it any of our business what other people wish to post online?

Lets be real – we all have bellybuttons, two nipples, butts, legs, arms, I mean some people may be missing some things, but for the most part, our human structure is all pretty much the same. We’ve all seen naked bodies before, probably multiple ones. It’s not some sort of shocking discovery that wow! Other people have bellybuttons!? Whoah, that girl has boobs!!?? Yet people turn the human body into some scandalous thing, and as soon as you see a girl or guy naked on the internet, they’re labelled as fuck boys/girls, sluts, whores etc.

Now of course it is something totally different when someones nudes get posted without their consent – that’s just fucked up, and I’m not talking about people who unfortunately have/had to go through that. I mean people who willingly put their nude bodies on the internet – for art, for confidence boosts, heck who cares why they did it. They wanted to, so they did it. Now I have never posted full nudes online, but when I was younger (and honestly, more attention seeking) I didn’t shy away from posting bra/underwear pictures (yes, I was legal) and I remember friends saying to me, OMG you posted that!?!? Uhm, yes? It’s my body, if I’m having a day where I’m feeling hella good about myself, feeling damn cute in a new bra, and want to take a slightly risquĂ© picture and post it, who the hell has the right to tell me I can’t do that? Plus, whats the big deal? You go to a beach, almost every girl is going to be in a bikini and bottoms… Which looks exactly like bra and underwear. Yet that’s okay. Me walking around in my $7 bikini is perfectly fine, but me walking around in my $50 bra & undie set is scandalous. Dude. What the hell.

Now although I’ve never, and probably would never, post full nudes online, a ton of people do. But like, what’s the big deal? Yes, your downstairs parts are a little more intimate and private, but I guess my main point of view of this post (it’s about time I got there…) is who the fuck cares if a girl wants to posts her boobs online. They’re boobs. They’re literally nipples with fat under them, and everyone has nipples. And news flash – they’re HERS. She can do whatever she wants with them, and if she wants to post them online, who are we to say she’s wrong. What right do we have to gossip about her, thinking/saying things like “oooh she’s such a slut! She just wants attention!” when it’s her business and not ours. People act as if seeing a girls boob is the end of the world, the most outrageous thing to happen, but it’s really not.

Honestly it’s gotten to the point where I’m not even really sure how to end this and tie all my thoughts on this subject together. This started out as a drunk rant that I’ve been trying to finish and bring together. In the end its our own bodies and if we want the entire world to see it, no one should be trying to stop us and put us down. And if we don’t, no one should be putting us down for that either. Its YOUR body, do what YOU want.


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Vegetarian Bean Soup

bean soup

I love homemade soup! I love it so much that I make it as often as I can!

If you’re looking for a simple, vegetarian soup, this recipe is for you!

The amount of ingredients in this vegetable bean soup are large so you can savour this meal over and over again before making up another batch. If you don’t need that much soup you can cut the ingredients in half.

Feel free to add other vegetables or spices of your choice!

Tomato and Bean Soup

Prep Time: 15 minutes

Cook Time: 1 hour, 30 minutes

Total Time: 1 hour, 45 minutes


  • 10 cups of water
  • 2 cans tomato soup
  • 2 vegetable bullion cubes
  • 2-3 cups of cooked beans of your choice
  • 3 cups diced potatoes
  • 1 cup sliced carrots
  • 1 cup sliced celery
  • 1 cup cherry tomatoes or 1 can of diced tomatoes
  • 5 garlic cloves, minced
  • 1 chopped onion
  • 1/2 teaspoon of turmeric


  1. Bring water to a boil.
  2. Add tomato soup, bullion cubes, potatoes, carrots, celery, tomatoes, garlic cloves, onion and tumeric.
  3. Boil for 10-15 minutes.
  4. Lower temperature to medium heat and cook until potatoes and vegetables are soft, approximately 30 to 40 minutes.
  5. Add cooked or canned beans (rinsed well), simmer on low for an additional 15 minutes.


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Top 10 Marilyn Manson Music Videos

marilyn-manson1-614x307    Photo via Aux.

My mom is going to slit my throat when she reads this, but a on March 4th, my friend and I bought meet & greet Marilyn Manson tickets. July 19, 2016 is the day I’m going to die and go to heaven, basically. I remember being super young, definitely still in elementary school, seeing Marilyn Manson music videos on Much Music and not being able to look away from them. I specifically remember sitting in front of the television, watching the music video for Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This) and wondering if I would get in trouble if my mom caught me watching it.

Anyways, in celebration of me getting meet & greet tickets, here’s my top 10 favourite music videos that he has put out, in no particular order.

1. The Dope Show

Honestly The Dope Show is one of my favourite songs, I can’t help but want to wear 10 pounds of makeup, sprinkle glitter all over myself, and just fucking party when I listen to it. Which is almost how this video ends.

2. Dope Hat

This video is basically Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory on some sort of drugs. It’s creepy, and slightly disturbing at times depending whats going on in the background. But at the same time, I bet you wont be able to look away.


This video has such a freak show kind of vibe, which I fucking live for. It also has Dita Von Teese in a giant martini glass, who wouldn’t like that? Also I totally want to be one of those dancing girls, just saying.

4. The Beautiful People

Freakishly tall, dress wearing, bald Marilyn Manson for president & dental care for everyone. ALSO THIS VIDEO WAS SHOT IN TORONTO, HAAAY!

5. (s)AINT

I kind of want to party with Manson in this video… Okay no I don’t… Well maybe a tiny part of me… This video is just really hot in the worst way possible.

6. The Nobodies

Maybe it’s just me, but I love the contrast between the red, rusty scenes compared to the blue, cold scenes. Also who doesn’t love a human pie every now and then?

7. Tourniquet

The first half of this video makes me cringe, so naturally I can’t stop watching it. I really do wish he still made videos like this and a few others on this list.

8. Personal Jesus

Honestly I just really love Manson’s makeup and how he looks in this video… and I may be slightly jealous of that baby for getting a kiss.

9. Coma White

This video includes a reenactment of the JFK assassination, with Manson being JFK, and he looks damn good in a suit. Sorry ’bout it.

10. Tainted Love

I’m sorry, I had to add this. He looks so good, and this is my favourite cover in the entire world. I jam to this so hard, no shame. Manson, please just love me. See ya July 19th baby.


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5 Reasons to Shop Vintage


Buying vintage items may be second-nature to a lot of people, such as myself, but a lot of people don’t for various reasons.

I grew up with hand-me-down clothes and frequent visits to the thrift store. At the time my friends thought used clothing and other items meant you were too poor to afford new things, but that’s not at all true.

There are many reasons why people like to buy vintage items.

Vintage items can be unique, inexpensive, great quality and comes with it’s own history. Not to mention that vintage shopping is eco-friendly and a lot of fun!

So here is my list, in no particular order.

shop vintage

5 reasons to shop Vintage

1. Unique

If you’ve ever taken the time to walk through a thrift store, attended an estate auction or even browsed online vintage shops, you already know that vintage items have a uniqueness to them.

Unlike today’s mass produced items that everyone else is buying, it’s not likely you’ll run into someone who owns the exact same vintage piece you have. We’re talking about decades of clothes, furniture, home dĂ©cor items and housewares to go through.

Back in the day items were produced in smaller quantities than they are now. Not to mention, that amazing dress or teapot you find might be the only surviving one of it’s kind. Unique items also go well with a ton of different fashion styles and home decorating styles.

2. Quality

In our mass produced society, clothes and other items are typically made in third world countries in the fastest and cheapest way possible. Doesn’t it just suck when you’re out wearing your brand new shirt, just to have the seams start to fray? Vintage clothes have been around for decades, and are still in good shape because they were made with better quality materials, and produced in better conditions. Same goes for housewares and home dĂ©cor items.

3. Environment

A ton of stuff is thrown out and ends up in landfills polluting our planet. By purchasing a vintage item you’re helping the environment by keeping it out of the trash. Essentially, you are reusing or recycling those items and giving them new life when they would otherwise have been thrown out.

The manufacturing of clothing, furniture and other household items has a huge impact on the environment. The more new stuff that is bought, the more they have to produce and the more toxins, dyes and water is used and pollution is created.

Going freegan is another great way to help the environment!

4. History

There’s a bit of history to every vintage piece you own. These items had a past life before entering yours. A beloved dress worn on a girl’s first date, a favourite teddy bear, Grandma’s much-loved soup pot; it’s kind of fun to think of the events and experiences your “new” vintage item has gone through. Chances are, almost everything you find will have its own story.

5. Inexpensive

If you walk into a brand new store you’re likely to find a vase for anywhere between $30 to hundreds of dollars. However, if you browse Etsy’s vintage section you can find the most stunning and rare vases for much lower prices. And not just on Etsy, at any store or website that sells vintage.

Yes, some vintage items are more expensive than brand new but that’s factoring in the quality, the brand name, the condition it’s in and how sought after it is. For example, Pyrex kitchenware can be expensive. Especially their mixing bowl sets (sometimes up to $100 or more), but that’s because of how desired they are for their well-known name and high quality.

Which could be another good point, some vintage items are a good investment and increase in value.

Why do you like to shop vintage? And Sarah and I are also considering sharing a few vintage shopping haul videos. What do you think? Want to see some of the weird things we buy?


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Throwback – Warped Tour 2009

When I was younger, I remember I wanted to go to Warped Tour more than anything. And I did go, 5 years in a row, although every year I became a little less excited about it. Last year, I didn’t even go. However, this year the line-up is wild, and as I’m sitting here planning my own trip to Auburn Hills, Michigan since there’s no Toronto date this year, I thought it would be funny to look back to my very first Warped Tour. Enjoy!

1924019_103198035747_84889_nStarted the day off with some The Devil Wears Prada!

1924019_103204525747_5028345_nFollowed by some 3OH!3. Whatever happened to them..?

1924019_103207875747_7102138_nUsed to be so in love with Breathe Carolina haha.

1924019_103207895747_2139410_nOh man, these throwback pictures of me are going to be pretty scary. Anyways, here’s me with Paul Griffiths, the creator of BBYCKS. He kissed me on the cheek after, I died.

1924019_103207935747_361460_nTDWP // I was so in love with Daniel Williams. This picture (still kind of) melts my heart.

1924019_103207955747_3723212_nTDWP // High-fiving Jeremy DePoyster.

1924019_103207985747_3961594_nRob Dyer attacking me with some unexpected hugs.

1924019_103208005747_7774416_nAnd then we looked like an awkward couple or something. Also got a kiss on the cheek from him haha.

1924019_103208000747_6542555_nWe did get a cute picture though!

1924019_103211330747_2251841_nAwkward cropped picture because I don’t know if my friend wants her picture on here. I still love Jeffree Star!

1924019_103211340747_381658_nAnd then I met The Millionaires, haha.

1924019_103225140747_1598054_nFinally watching some more bands, I saw Chiodos! Used to looooove them.

1924019_103225265747_358239_nSome guy held this up during Chiodos, haha.

1924019_103231615747_80979_nMet Shane Told from Silverstein (and the rest of the band).

1924019_103234480747_112465_nDirtiest picture of me ever but I met Craig Owens and I’m pretty sure I cried after.

1924019_103234495747_7740530_nThrowback to when Jeffree Star made music, haha.

1924019_103241965747_8276889_nAlso saw The Millionaires perform…

1924019_103241805747_3533871_nThey were fun.

1924019_103245760747_6954360_nLights! Used to be quite obsessed with her first album.

1924019_103245805747_5535037_nEnded the day with some Saosin!

1924019_103245820747_6601912_nAnd then I creeped Jeffree Star leaving as I left. The end. 🙂


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Journal Sneak Peak

journal sneak peak

Alright guys, I have a very special post for you today. It’s special because 1. it’s totally embarrassing, and 2. no one has ever seen these before!

On Monday I gave you a list of reasons why I think everyone should keep a journal. Some of those reasons included keeping track of your goals, a good place to vent, or record major life experiences, jot down ideas and as a way to creatively express yourself. All of which I still think are great reasons, but my favourite reason for keeping a journal is to look back on my life.

So that’s what I did this week. I pulled out my giant bins of books and started digging. And one thing I noticed is that even though I’ve changed a lot, I’m still the same person I was when I was a kid. It’s kind of interesting to see so much of who I am now in who I was then, but also to see how much I’ve grown and changed, too.

Let’s take a look at some of these for shits and giggles.

journal first

Apparently I got my first journal (or diary) for my 7th birthday. And OMG my printing is terrible. Looking back, I kind of can’t believe that I became a writer. For a 7 year old I had terrible spelling and grammar, and my handwriting didn’t improve until I was much older! Also, I always gave my journals a name when I was younger. My mom said it would make it feel more like talking to a good friend. This one was named after my best friend Samantha.

journal slinky

This one I named Teresa, Barbie’s friend, the doll with the red hair.

The early 2000s, just after the 90s. And that damn Tania who ruined my slinky lmao! But at least on Friday I got candy from my French teacher.

journal broken arm

This journal entry is also from 2001. I wrote it after I broke my right arm in grade 6, and as you can see I asked my mom to finish writing it for me. I had to spend weeks writing with my left hand, and now I can write pretty well left-handed!

Clearly I was a dumb as fuck kid, because I swung as high as I could and then put my arms straight up in the air… Why I thought that was a good idea I’ll never know.

journal bored

Oh, the days of MSN! And learning all of the different text acronyms and abbreviations. I wrote this journal entry between grade 7 and 8. I remember that as one of the loneliest summers of my life as I drifted away from all of my childhood friends and sought out new people.

journal home videos

From grade 9. Clearly it was important for me to describe this TV show I was watching. Does anyone remember that show?

Teletoon had the best cartoons ever. My cousin Alissa and I used to stay up to watch Teletoon at Night and we would watch shows like Clone High, Undergrads, The Oblongs and Robot Chicken. I’ll never forget when my step-dad came into the basement and we were watching Quads! and was like, “What the fuck are you watching?!” Ahahaha!

I decided to skip a few years because between the ages of 14-17 I was really weird, and as much as I enjoy embarrassing myself online, I really can’t even make myself share that ridiculous shit. But to give you an idea of some of the things I posted I’ll share this much:

“I slept over at Alissa’s house with Terra on Friday night. There were dead chipmunks and water fights. Beating up Terra and making weird profiles on Vampire Freaks with usernames like anal_whore. We burnt june bugs and ate hamster food. We also watched Superstar and jumped on the trampoline. Then we bought pizza with stolen money and paid for Jenn to take a cab over. She brought … and alissa and I were … and she tackled Terra to “save her life” from an old man with a gun. And aliens caught us and put us in a spinning mind warper. Techno is the best.”

I’ll let you fill in the blanks. But even I don’t understand that shit! And that’s the journal entry that makes the most sense from that time.

journal first apartment

I also decided not to share any entries from my journal when I was pregnant, because it’s too personal and I want to save all of those memories for myself.

But I like this entry, because it’s from the time Nick and I rented our first apartment together!

journal 2009

These were my goals for 2009. <3

joural aneurysm

So in 2010 I thought I was going to die from a brain aneurysm. Like, thinking about it became an obsession! I even made my doctor give me two CAT scans to be sure.

I had so much anxiety that year it was unreal.

Actually, a lot of journal entries are all “ermagad my life sucks! I’m such a fat weirdo, no body likes me! I wish this depression and anxiety would go away! I just want to be a better person and have a happy life.” And I wrote about that for like, 10 years or more. Drama queen much.

journal d3

And here’s my journal entry from the day I met Sarah <3

As you can see I included their ages ha ha! It’s interesting to see that, because it reminds me of how obsessed I was with age and getting old. I was 22 and honestly thought I was so old and needed to hurry up and get my shit together. That was four years ago and I still don’t have my shit together, but age isn’t nearly as important to me any more.

Knowing I have hundreds, if not thousands, more journal entries that are way more embarrassing than these kind of makes me want to just burn them all. But I won’t.

Did you keep a journal? Do you ever read it years later?


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