Saturday, October 31, 2015


Natalie Portman (a literal genius with the IQ to prove it) has one of my favorite interview quotes ever: "The moment you buy into the fact that you are above anyone is the moment you are slapped in the face." I like this quote so much, not just because of those words, but because of the context. It means more coming from a successful and talented woman like Portman who one would assume that if anyone were to have an ego it would be her. But the fact she is humble is a great lesson to us all: humility is a virtue.

Being humble starts with the right mindset. The right mindset comes from bettering yourself. That's why fitness is important. If you're going to work out the right way, you're going to need the right gear. I always count on my friends in Australia at ShapeHouse for the best active wear. I love love love their Giselle Zebra compression leggings. So chic! You definitely want a pair. So be sure to check them out!

Thursday, October 29, 2015


Hi Readers! Just some reminders to lead us into the weekend:

1- If you have any suggestions for cool things to put in my notebook, send them here! I love hearing from you.

2- Let's connect on social media: @Feefeertr on Twitter and Insta!

3- Saturday is Halloween! What are you going to be?

4- Don't forget to vote for my friends here: follow this link, look for Charley's Concrete name, and press vote!

5- My book, 'Notes Never Sent' is a top 200 book on Amazon in the school-age children category. You may want to check it out.

That's all for now. Happy blogging!

Friday, October 23, 2015

"Winning isn't everything...but wanting to win is!"~Lombardi

"Winning isn't everything...but wanting to win is!"~Lombardi
This is so true. It's kind of like how the trip and anticipation getting somewhere are half the fun, because when you set your mind to something that is where the real battle is fought. Good words for a good week, everyone.

Now, onto our next order of business. My friends at Charley's Concrete are vying to be named Reader's Choice in the 2015 Polished Concrete Awards. And they deserve your vote (It takes literally less than 2 minutes, I promise.) All you have to do, is go to this follow this link, look for Charley's Concrete name, and press vote! Easy Peasy! And if you want to know more about Charley's Concrete, check them out here.

Monday, October 19, 2015


Asimov's Three Laws of Robotics have intrigued me since I was nine years old. I just always found it funny how even robots have a code of ethics, a set of rules, they must live by. And those rules are:
1- A robot must not injure or through inaction allow a human to come to harm.
2- Robots must obey human orders unless conflicting with the first law.
3-A robot must protect its own existence unless conflicting with the first or second rules.
These rules may be staples in science fiction...but they also may have a reflection on reality in the near future.

I really love this project...this robot project. It's for kids (never too early to get kids into robots). Check out their campaign here and be part of the future of robots. 

Cannybots are high-speed Smart Robotic Toy Cars that introduce kids to programming, design, 3D-printing and robotics through play. Build the toy at home with your children and use for engaging games like racing, puzzle solving, sumo wrestling etc. The toy is LEGO compatible. Gift one to your child this Christmas!

Anish, the co-founder, created the first Cannybot for his son as he was worried about the tablet addiction in kids. It became hit at 22 schools in the UK, US, Europe, Australia and New Zealand. Cannybots have launched the consumer version of the toy on Kickstarter. They are also donating 1 Cannybot for every 100 kits they raise on Kickstarter to KIPP schools to promote tech education in under served communities.

Monday, October 12, 2015


Growing up, every year for my birthday, I would think of another character who represented my age. I didn’t even really mean to. It just felt natural when I turned four and realized I was the same age as Angelica Pickles. Then when I turned five and realized I was the same age as Julian from Big Daddy, finding another character my age just felt natural. 

When I was twelve I was Stephanie’s age in my favorite season of Full House. And at thirteen, I was Angelica Pickles age again, only this time it was her All Grown Up character. Of course at age seventeen I was Holden Caulfield, and at eighteen I was Alex Delarge’s age from the latter part of A Clockwork Orange.

I’ve managed to think of a character my age all these years…until now. I will be twenty-two in a few days, and I cannot think of a single twenty-two year old character. The closest I can come is to Taylor Swift’s song 22, which means I now have one more thing in common with Jake Gyllenhaal and John Mayer than I thought.
Well, I guess this is goodbye Forever 21, and hello double two. Hmmmm...has a pretty nice ring to it after all.  

Friday, October 9, 2015


"We can complain because rose bushes have thorns, or rejoice because thorn bushes have roses." I especially love this quote and not just because Rose is my middle name. ;)

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