We’ve emerged from out hurricane bunkers with another episode! Recorded at the behest of our fearless leader, no storm can stop the Bluestockings!
In Mini Episode 1.5 the lady nerds follow up on your feedback from their makeshift hurricane bunker, plus recommend a few recent favorites and provide First Impressions on the next selection.
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I’m following that good ol’ Florida philosophy: hope for the best, prepare for the worst.
As of this moment, I’m still not sure where I will be staying. I have two options and neither sets my mind at ease (mostly because there’s always the thought of what if). I’m preparing my kit, and will bring the plants inside by the end of the week, but I’m bracing for the worst.
Wishes, prayers, vibes, all positive forces welcome.
Episode 1 is live!
Kissing books! Secret feminist agendas! Scandalous confessions! Female friendships! Dangerous bluestockings! All this and more as the Bluestockings discuss Soulless by Gail Carriger.
WARNING: Spoilers galore. If you haven’t read the book, do so now!
Honorable mentions and recommended reading:
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Another video in the minimalist transitions series.
Let’s delve into my closet for another round.
Not that anyone has asked, but these videos help me make sense of my belongings and aid in the process of decluttering :).
Also, post-video update: the white shelf is now gone and a simpler, smaller solution in place. Progress every time.
A few months ago, my mom unearthed my old cd collection. This is good, because it means she finally cleared out enough of her own stuff to return what was left of mine. However, there was something about sorting through those old albums that made it really hard to purge. It had been years since I played any of the cds in the box, but the thought of parting with them was extremely difficult. They were tied up in nostalgia and sentiment in a way that surprised me. So I left them in a box and let them gather dust for a few months.
Three, to be exact. I looked through them a couple of times, but couldn’t do it. Then, the day after the Garbage concert, I was ready. I knew what I needed to do and I did it. The result is a small collection of albums that were essential to my young adulthood, and includes those that I still enjoy today. I sorted them into three sleeve cases, and kept a handful of soundtracks for future library events and writing sessions. The rest, I donated. They’re gone and I’m free of the baggage (in more ways than one).
Another makeup declutter, and a new name for the series: Minimalist Transitions.
Join us on a new adventure!
lady nerds on popular culture
Episode Alpha is out now!
Have a listen and get ready for Episode 1: Soulless.
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I’m thinking of calling these “haulettes”. What d’you think? I don’t film many of these, because minimalism, but I like to think of these as extended reviews for the savvy shopper.
All items are from Look Human and purchased with my own monies.
Ziggy Potter / Coffee Pun Stickers / Always Hungry Pouch
Happy Wednesday, ya’ll! I’m in a morning after, post-concert daze, but the show Rage + Rapture tour was spectacular. Garbage was a formative part of my rock girl feminist education, and more than lived up to my expectations. Blondie is just classic, and was more than I imagined in a live performance. Even the opening act, Deap Valley, was amazing. One of the best shows I’ve seen in a while.
After nearly a year using a Moleskine Bullet Journal, I’m taking a step back and returning to a more traditional planner format. Watch the video to find out why I made the switch.