After spending $2,155.73 and many hours of my time ordering, packing, and getting waxed, it was time to go to Burning Man.
I can get through my pregnancy with one pair of jeans.
It’ll take me three months to save up the application fees.
Me: Do you autoclave your tools?
Pedicurist: Of course.
I’ve wanted to go for years, and this seemed like the right year to do it.
I bought a Honda Civic when I was nineteen. I’m still driving it.
Instead of walking back into the past, I walked into CrossFit.
A few weeks ago I wrote about wanting to go from “social media renter” to “website homeowner,” and I am proud to announce that as of this weekend, NicoleDieker.com no longer redirects to my Tumblr.
Welcome to part three of my series about buying new hearing aids in 2017, five years after purchasing my last pair (that cost literally thousands of dollars).
Like many people who present at urgent care clutching their foreheads and complaining of inexplicably glittery vision, I have headaches. Really bad ones.
Hahaha, I am going to need more money.
I’m excited to see what new features are available. I’m not excited about how much my hearing aids might cost.
As far as I can tell, there have been three times in my life when I have lost a total of 30 pounds.