All posts by She's Facing Freedom

Bite Lip Lab

I have never worn as much lipstick as I do nowadays. I never felt adult enough to wear it. When I did, it was reserved for special occasions. That is obviously not the case anymore. I love that it makes me look older and now that I’m pushing 30 (sheesh) it seems more appropriate. That’s one of the… Read More

Weddington Way

When it came to looking for my bridesmaids’ dresses, I tried the traditional route. I set up an appointment at a major dress store with one of my bridesmaids. As I waited for her to get off work, I browsed over the color organized racks paying close attention to the colors and fabrics. You guys,… Read More

Bar Roma

If there is one thing I love about New York City’s restaurant industry, is its charm. The restaurants might be tiny, but they are full of character. It’s something I’m always captivated by each time I eat in the city. And Bar Roma on the Upper East Side is no exception. When Channing sent an email… Read More

Gone Fishing

They say a bad day fishing is better than a good day working. Saturday, I set out to see if there was any truth in the saying. It was my first time going fishing. I chose it as my annual birthday trip so that I could force myself out of my comfort zone. I decided… Read More

Flying High With My Eagles

My 28th birthday was on the sixth. It fell on a Tuesday this year. Thirty minutes before the clock struck 12, I stepped out the shower and immediately searched for the sage Channing gave me days before. I had an interesting day and my stress-relieving body wash didn’t do a good enough job washing away what… Read More

At Least There’s Wine

I’m not going to lie. Transitioning into my new position has been more of an adjustment than I thought it would be. The first week, I was so uncomfortable sitting for an extended period of time, I fidgeted in my retro white computer chair all day. Despite every effort, I just couldn’t get the templates right. When I… Read More

Homemade Biscuits

Homemade strawberry jam deserves homemade biscuits. At least, that’s what I convinced myself when the chef at my old job (thanks Tom) made me a small batch. I let the small octagonal jar sit until I was ready to take on the task. The urge came out of nowhere. I literally woke up thinking about… Read More

Night At The Met

I’ve been thinking. About what draws people to each other. After a conversation at work, I decided that women are attracted to passionate men. But. I think the same can be said about friends. I realized that after attending the fifth-highest attended exhibit at The Met, China: Through the Looking Glass, with Channing. Personally, I’ve… Read More