Broken Bacon: It’s Never Bad, Because It’s Meant to Be Shared

Everyone has a past. Good or bad. That’s just the nature of being beautiful, flawed, giant sucking things that, you know, breathe. We’ve experienced people treating us like shit, or ourselves treating others like shit. Or maybe you have just treated yourself like shit for years. I’m here to tell you: THAT’S OKAY. Now, when…

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Bacon Got Back: When You Got the Gift, Don’t Neglect to Use It (Like I’ve Been Doing)

I write to you all today with my tail between my legs. I’ve been neglecting my posts, and I want to apologize; I’ve been putting my bacon on the back burner and that should NEVER happen.  Just to clarify, I don’t feel guilty for neglecting my blog (otherwise, I’d be a hypocrite and you all…

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Bacon Beware: Gaslighting is a Major Problem if You’re a Sensitive Sizzler

As incredible as my bacon is, I can be a real idiot at times. And that’s okay, because just like all bacon, I’m still learning. And learning is the key to (imperfect) perfection. Bacon never stops learning. I’ve talked about Anti-Bacon before. But there’s a particular kind of Anti-Bacon that is quite detrimental to your…

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Bacon NOW: You Don’t Have to Be Perfect to Start Today

I’ve always been one to get really excited about an idea for a creative project, start it, and then procrastinate until I be all like, “Oh, uh, yeah, it’s a work in progress… I first need this and this and this and to get better at this and this and know everything there is to…

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Bacon Loud, Bacon Proud: Don’t Be Embarrassed for Being Weird, Crazy, Ultra-Bacon You

I coached girls soccer for a number of years. One of the things I enjoyed doing to boost morale was wearing a fake mustache. I’d run up and down the field holding my mustache on to keep it from flying off as I’d yell out to my girls, “Push up! Push up! You’re beautiful people!…

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Fake Bacon: Are You Trying to Be Someone You’re Not Because You’re Ashamed of the Real Stuff?

When I was a preteen, I was a member of the youth choir for the church my family went to. I always tried to blend in the background, keeping my voice quiet, because quite honestly, I did not want that kind of attention at the time. I had major anxiety about singing in front of…

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