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Friends Gone Bad: Accepting Someone is a Bad Friend and It’s Time for Your Bacon to Let Them Go

I love glazed donuts. Sometimes I buy like a dozen for myself (if you say you’ve never done it, I say you’re lying). After a few days, when there are still like three left (I may or may not consume like four per day…), they get hard and stale. But I refuse to admit they’re…

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“You’re Not Picking My Butt”: Weird, Guilt-Free Shit My Family Has Said During Quarantine

Living in quarantine has been very enlightening for me (as I’m sure it has been for all of you as well). It has brought out some interesting shades of Bacon in my family members (with whom I am quarantined). A lot of weird, random shit comes out of our mouths. (This, of course, isn’t anything…

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#TrueToYouTuesday: Your Thoughts Can Either Rock or Suck

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5 Ridiculous Situations I Got Myself Into Because of Guilt

Guilt has quite the negative impact on your Bacon brain cells, let me tell ya. I’ve already mentioned throughout many of my posts some of the stupid scenarios that were caused by my feeling guilty. When you veer towards guilt, you move in the OPPOSITE direction of your Bacon (i.e. your true, unadulterated-by-guilt self). There…

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Amped-Up Anxiety: When a Crisis Has Your Bacon All Out of Whack

I’ve been in flippin’ fantastic Baconator status for a long while now. I was meditating and journaling every day, I was thinking positive thoughts, I had just started seeing this really nice guy, I finally had my finances (somewhat) in order, and I was feeling sexy as shit.  Enter the coronavirus. Suddenly, my thoughts turned…

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Fee-Fi-Fo-Family: Should You Feel Guilty for Not Getting Along With Family?

At some point or another, each of us is plagued by that one relative (or group of relatives) with whom we just can’t seem to get along. The conversations are awkward, we have nothing in common with them, they subtly (or not-so-subtly) insult us, they get all giddy and gossipy when they find out you…

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