Tag: Life

LISTEN: Pittsburgh country duo Willow Hill share new song “Can’t Have My Best”

I am so excited about this new project guys from Alexandra and C.T. of Pittsburgh’s Lovebettie! The rockers go country on their new project, Willow Hill, and have shared the first track off the upcoming EP, Highway One. Listen below!



I’m honestly afraid for this country with the 2 candidates we have running for POTUS. The way the country + society is evolving with the hate, gun violence, racism, etc – this is not the country that I want to be a part of. Something has got to change, but how does one person actively change the nation, the world?
This is something that I’ve always been passionate about; making a difference, helping people, learning about + understanding others, being there for people when they need it, regardless of our relationship. So honestly, sitting here, wide awake at 4:30 am in the morning, how does one person effectively change the world?
In reference to my AWTR post, I do believe that people are initially good; however, our society + life interrupt that idea, + influence their behavior. People cheat, lie, steal, mislead, dishonest, murder, etc – humanity as a whole, I believe start off good, but then change over time into people that practice negative + bad behavior. Hence all of the issues surrounding the Presidential election + what’s currently going on in our nation.
So back to my original question… How do I, as one single person, change the world? Answer that.


Did you know that the INFJ personality is the rarest of the 16 personality types? INFJ’s account for only 1-2% of the overall population (though the numbers can vary). 

I know sometimes I can be an intense person, but it’s only because when I am, I’m passionate about it. Whether it’s our friendship, relationship, your music, a goal, the future, a book, a movie, etc. I tend to obsess over things + become very intense. Sometimes it’s overwhelming for people. I think it’d be overwhelming for me if I were you. It’s overwhelming for me, being me. 
Having an INFJ personality, as I’ve learned since I took a personality test as a team building thing at work, is extremely overwhelming, exhausting, + often results in many sleepless nights.

With that said, if you know anything about INFJ’s, it’s that we care. I care genuinely about people, society, + the human race. I care often too deeply, too much, too passionately about things. I always want to see the good in people even when sometimes I shouldn’t bother to. I overthink, overanalyze, + am always in my head constantly thinking about an idea, thought, the future, etc. I’m constantly looking for the meaning of life. I strongly desire meaningful relationships and friendships, connections, deeper conversations. 

I’m either all in with relationships + friendships or all out; there’s no in between, no halfway. I rarely reveal my true self to anyone for fear of getting too close, trust issues, but when I think someone deserves a chance, + I get curious, I reveal myself in layers. I gauge your reaction + see what you think, feel, etc. If at any point in our relationship or friendship, you do something that irritates me or angers me that deserves an ending, door slam. Goodbye. You’re gone. I can’t stand manipulative liars. I cherish honesty + truth. 

I have poor verbal communication. I don’t speak enough, but listen well. I’m stubborn. I don’t like mundane or boring. I’m empathetic.  I need more alone time than most people. My intuition is strong; I can read you well + usually know when something is wrong, I feel in my gut. I’m such a perfectionist + a procrastinator. Either passionate or indifferent. A true walking contradiction. 

York: A Great City

You know, I’ve lived in the York, PA area for almost four years as of this July, and there are some really great places in York. Dan and I went to an auction at York Fairgrounds today and purchased some really beautiful watercolor paintings by Alfred Birdsey, an engraving, and a charger by Bjorn Wiinblad.

We visited a used bookstore called York Emporium that I’ve been wanting to visit for a while. If you love books, it’s a place you should visit. Tons and tons of books and even some games, VHS/DVD’s, comics, etc. I am a huge book nerd, so I could’ve spent an entire day in there just looking through the endless amount of books they had.

And now having a delicious meal at Pho Bistro. There is so many cool things to see and discover. I really need to check out New Grounds Coffee Shop and Green Bean Roasting Co. They look like such cool places and there are hardly any coffee shops in the York area.

I think tomorrow we are going to spend some time in Harrisburg. Next is Lancaster. Ha 🙂