The Edition: No. 33
Apr 6, 2018
Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter. — Martin Luther King Jr.
Sucked. He’s not a work colleague, he’s an emotional vampire.
Hitched. Do men marry for love or when the timing is right?
Insulted. Why able-bodied people need to stop calling those with disabilities inspiring.
Collared. This spectacularly large necklace ($29) really jazzes up a basic sweater.
Paid. For April, Career Contessa is hosting Equal Pay, Me month. Check it out!
Learned. Moms discuss the most surprising things about motherhood.
Scented. I found this awesome new fragrance brand, Atelier Cologne. I couldn’t decide which scent I loved more (Bergamote, Madarine, Pomelo), so I bought this sample kit so I can try them all.
Rebranded. How poverty got a rebrand, and why privilege begets the frugality craze.
On Monday, we had an interesting discussion about second-ear piercings. Today, let’s chat about tattoos. I don’t have any. Mostly because I’m terrified of needles. But every couple of years, I toy with the idea of getting one. Maybe to prove that I’m still “young enough” to do that sort of thing.
So here are the questions: Do you have one? Do you still love it or maybe regret it a bit? Has anyone ever been surprised to learn that you have a tattoo? Or has anyone ever had a problem with it?