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  • Someone asked:
    Hey Sarah, I really love reading your blogs! Your writing is amazing and I just love how real and honest you are about everything! So thank you for that. I do have a question though, about relationships. When you and Andy first started doing long instance did you find that you both were having trust issues? It’s hard when you can’t talk to them all the time and know every detail. And if you did can you please tell me how you overcame this? Any suggestions? I’m in an amazing relationship but when he’s far away trust can be hard for me which really sucks.
    • blondewednesday replied:
      Hey:) First of all, I think it's important to start off by saying that what you're going through is insanely normal and very common. To answer your question, yes. When Andy first moved away, it was really hard when he would go out with his friends from school, or even just hearing about the new people he was meeting. It made me so sad because I wanted to be there with him, and I felt like I was missing out a huge chunk of his life. Also, Andy is an extremely funny, friendly person. So I was always worried that girls would get the wrong impression and try to pursue him, But when I was feeling uneasy, I made sure to always let him know and then we'd figure it out from there. We managed to come up with some methods that we've now been using for the past 3 years of long distance. First, always be honest. If you're feeling uneasy, talk about it. Nothing gets accomplished by bottling things up. Second, come up with some ways to make each other feel better. For us, it's always saying good morning and goodnight. If we're both busy during the day, we always make sure we at least say in in the morning and goodbye at night. Lastly, never stop trying. I know things can get discouraging, but if you're both seriously invested in staying together, I'm a strong believer that it will work out. I hope this helps! Also, a while ago I wrote a blog about trust in long distance relationships. I wrote it during a tough time, and it's very close to my heart. You can find it here--> http://theblondewednesdayaddams.com/?p=499
  • Someone asked:
    Hi Sarah! I always enjoy reading your blogs, especially the ones about cute Disney stuff and acne issues! I was lucky enough to have a mom who helped me deal with acne before it got bad when I was young but have recently been experiencing some pretty bad stress related break outs... Any suggestions for spot treatments for sensitive skin or any other (hopefully not expensive) products? Thank you!
    • blondewednesday replied:
      Hey! Thank you so much for reaching out and the kind words. I'm so glad you asked this question because spot treatments are my FORTAY. My favourite ones are super pure from glossier, grease lightning from lush, and I also have one prescription spot treatment for really aggressive pimples and it's called Reversa (this one you'll need to go to a doctor to get). All of these have really helped calm down breakouts for me. In addition, I also really like to use the repairing mask from Proactiv. I wouldn't recommend any of their other products, but dabbing a bit of the mask on a zit before bed is really good for stress related acne. And always remember, do not touch your face! If you're sitting at your desk and you find you're leaning on your face, stop that in its tracks right away.
  • Someone asked:
    Hi Sarah! The fake band on your latest post...do you have to use it every day or does it last longer than that? (I looked it up but couldn’t find the right review ) Lindsey
    • blondewednesday replied:
      Hey 🙂 Did you mean the FakeBake? It typically lasts me about a week if I moisturize every day!
  • Someone asked:
    LDRs are hard! But you are nailing the concept. Trust and compromise, if you two can make it through this you can make it through anything. Where do you and Andy want to settle down once he's done school?
    • blondewednesday replied:
      LDRs are hard! But I will be the first to say that Andy and I have it pretty easy in comparison to a lot of the other lDRS out there. Especially couples in a permanent LDR situation. (cheers to them). Andy and I are actually from the same city, and he is just currently in Florida for school 🙂 When he's finished school, we will both settle down here!
  • Someone asked:
    How do you edit your Instagram photos ?
    • blondewednesday replied:
      Its always different depending on the picture! But I use VSCO, and Instagram editing. I will usually increase the exposure to make the picture brighter, and I LOOVEEE fade. Sometimes I crank that shit all the way up. Oh! And I usually add a hint of blue to my pictures as well through VSCO.
  • Someone asked:
    Hey! How are you? I love the site. Do you have any tips on how often to post content to develop a following? I love your personality and angle: Halloween FTW!
    • blondewednesday replied:
      Hi! I'm fantastic! How are you? I'm terrible with having a posting schedule, but I find my following really starts to grow when I'm posting 3+ times a week 🙂 Hope this helps!