We travel down to Edinburgh on Saturday and fly to New York on Sunday. Things have been a little hectic around here, but we are nearly ready to go. I'm looking forward to being on the plane. Planes are where I don't have to take any phone calls, charge any phones, or answer questions harder … Continue reading Finding Zen On An Ordinary Day
Today’s post was going to be about my ultimate stress-busters. A numbered list with keywords and phrases like What The Hell is Hygge? or Just Find Me, Google, Damn it! A (somewhat universal, but still rather personal) list that would garner such comments as: ‘Great post!’ b. ‘Your so funny!’ iii. ‘Can I have tea … Continue reading Driving Through Doors
In my last post I mentioned that *I was this close* to 200 groovy likers on Gin & Lemonade's Facebook page. With a little help from my friends, I'm now at 215. Thank you! Moving on. In a minute. When I was sitting at 199, I said that groovy person 200 would get to choose … Continue reading My Top 17 Travel Memories
The only shopping I like is book shopping. I buy myself new clothes about once every 3 years, I don't follow trends, and malls are not my happy place. Unless we're talking books, coffee, or movies. And today I want to talk about clothes. After we booked THE TRIP, I got excited for a bunch … Continue reading How To Shop When You Hate Shopping
Hi, How the hell are ya? If you've been blogging for a long time or since last week, you might have heard something about your target audience or your ideal reader. And allow me to say something else controversial here, I've never had one. Or it's always been you. Reading from wherever you are, drinking … Continue reading Dear Groovy Readers
August marks the 7th anniversary of Gin & Lemonade. It's been an interesting ride. I've learned a lot. About myself, and others. About writing. And how blogging is a separate thing almost entirely from writing. They're cousins, I think. And I'd like to bring them closer together. But, I'm getting ahead of myself. I guess … Continue reading 10 Things I’ve Learned in 7 Years of Blogging
I started blogging in 2010. I'm a lifetime disabled person. Back then I had just moved in with my boyfriend, and I wanted to write from the perspective of a youngish, funny, disabled person in a relationship and living in not the most accessible city in the world. I'm also living in a country I … Continue reading What’s It All About, Lorna?