Why We All Needed "The Next Right Thing" in Frozen 2

Originally posted on Love, Geeky Girl By: Dani Kessel [Disclaimer: This article discusses mental health topics. I am not a mental health professional. I do not claim to be an expert. All my writing on mental health topics is based on my own education, my personal experience, researching the topics, reading studies, and fact-checking. I can … Continue reading Why We All Needed "The Next Right Thing" in Frozen 2

Adulting Is Stressful. Let's Be Kids Again!!!

Originally posted on Love, Geeky Girl By: Dani Kessel Life is overwhelming. Our day to day routine can leave us with little opportunity to truly relax. Errands feel more like a chore than anything else. Finances and budgeting give us headaches. Sometimes, we really just need a break from the daily stresses of being an adult. … Continue reading Adulting Is Stressful. Let's Be Kids Again!!!

Seven Tips for Getting Out of Your Comfort Zone

Originally posted on Love, Geeky Girl By: Dani Kessel Does your life ever feel stagnant? Do you fall too far into your comfort zone that you’re not open to new experiences? After a while of being in the same patterns, you might realize that you need to change things up. Well, I’m here to help you! … Continue reading Seven Tips for Getting Out of Your Comfort Zone

Inspiring Girls: Charlotte Nebres

Originally posted on Love, Geeky Girl By: Dani Kessel In honor of Women’s History Month, I want to write posts recognizing noteworthy, inspirational girls and women from both the past and present. These folks deserve attention/name recognition any time of the year, but Women’s History Month allows me to spotlight them in a time where more … Continue reading Inspiring Girls: Charlotte Nebres

20 Great Rom-Com Movies for Date Night

Originally posted on Love, Geeky Girl By: Dani Kessel I have the biggest love affair with romantic comedy movies. People hate the genre, but I enjoy it so much that I took a film class during university centered on deconstructing, analyzing, and tracking the progression of rom-coms from the 1930s to now and projecting into the … Continue reading 20 Great Rom-Com Movies for Date Night

13 Ways to Empower the Next Generation of Women

Originally posted on Love, Geeky Girl By: Dani Kessel As women, it’s important that we work to empower those who come after us. We need to leave the world better than we found it. I have always stuck by the saying, “Empowered women empower women.” But, that needs to start at a young age.  The underestimation of … Continue reading 13 Ways to Empower the Next Generation of Women

Breaking Down My Thoughts: Victim Blaming

Originally posted on Love, Geeky Girl By: Dani Kessel Preface: Do not ask for any details or specifics about my own trauma. I *will not* tolerate questioning on the subject. That information is my business to share on my terms, and that is not what this article is about. This past week, I wrote out a … Continue reading Breaking Down My Thoughts: Victim Blaming

My Chewy Sugar Cookie Recipe

Originally posted on Love, Geeky Girl By: Dani Kessel I am learning to bake from scratch, everybody!  I’ve always loved cooking and baking. I was never really taught to cook when I was young, so back in college I started teaching myself. I’ve focused mainly on cooking dinner meals up until now. Whenever I’d bake, I’d … Continue reading My Chewy Sugar Cookie Recipe

Nine Wardrobe Essentials for The Grunge Style

Originally posted on Love, Geeky Girl By: Dani Kessel Are you the queen/king of your own style? I know that I am! My personal fashion sense is perpetually stuck in a blend of the eighties rocker, nineties grunge, and noughties punk styles. I’ve always swayed towards edgier and harder looks. I enjoy the gender-expanding, feminist, and … Continue reading Nine Wardrobe Essentials for The Grunge Style

Why The “Varsity Blues” Sentencings Send the Wrong Message

Originally posted on Love, Geeky Girl By: Dani Kessel We were all outraged, disheartened, and bewildered when news broke of the 2019 college admittance scandal. William ‘Rick’ Singer, CEO of the college and life counseling company Key, facilitated major test and admissions fraud by paying schools, coaches, and proctors to change records for parents who wished … Continue reading Why The “Varsity Blues” Sentencings Send the Wrong Message