Kola Weisbrich

With a degree in Mass Comm with a film emphasis, she likes tacos, creating various art, & getting involved in cancer charities. Plus all things British. "I am big enough to admit I am often inspired by myself."

5 Awkward Things Every Person Living In A Small Town Has To Deal With

By Kola Weisbrich
Hometown movies and country music have pointed out the benefits of living in a small town. These towns come with community support, friendliness and easy commuting. Life is lived at a much slower, enjoyable pace. But what these idealized benefits…

6 Clothing Struggles All Women Have Experienced At Least Once

By Kola Weisbrich
I love clothes. In fact, I own so many that they don't fit in my walk-in closet, dresser and other areas that I've attempted to stash them. But I've got a bone to pick with designers.  Why are so many clothes unwearable? Why must I feel like I'm…

6 Reasons You Should Be Reading More Books Than You Are Right Now

By Kola Weisbrich
I feel like all we ever hear nowadays is how everyone should be reading more books. All of these amazing novels are now being turned into movies or television shows, but everyone needs to read the books first because – let's be real – the books are…

7 Annoying Things All Artists Can Relate To

By Kola Weisbrich
Being an artist definitely has its perks and downers. Sure, you can create some pretty cool things from your own head, but those things don't always turn out the way you had visualized them. There are very few things as annoying and frustrating as…

Before You Break Up With A Toxic Friend, Try Putting Up A Few Boundaries

By Kola Weisbrich
My best friend had a mental breakdown. I'm not talking about a dramatic scene: I'm talking about lying in the middle of the freeway hoping to get hit by a car and lighting bushes on fire at a high school type of meltdown. A full mental breakdown…

7 Times Single People Want You To Stop Worrying About Them

By Kola Weisbrich
I'm a habitually single person. Apparently, that makes people think I'm a complete weirdo, and that something is wrong with me. But you know what? There are a lot of us out there. I'm not talking about the individuals who are single because they…

9 Things You Start Taking Seriously Once You Land Your First 'Grown-Up' Job

By Kola Weisbrich
I've had a couple of pointless "student" jobs in my life. But a year and a half ago, I got a new, shiny job. I was VP of a marketing company. Now, let me tell you this: Something happens when you get a grown-up job while the rest of your friends are…

6 Frustrating Lies People With Adult Acne Are Sick Of Hearing

By Kola Weisbrich
I'm an adult. I have acne. And it's horrible. Every year I think, "When am I going to grow out of this?" I shouldn't be worrying about acne and wrinkles at the same time, that's just unfair.   Unfortunately, good skin isn't something I was blessed…

13 Beauty Products I Wouldn't Want My Date To Find In My Bathroom

By Kola Weisbrich
There are many common household items out there that you'd be surprised you can use as beauty products. But, their initial intended uses may be a little embarrassing, and you definitely wouldn't want your date to come across them in your…

All New Friends: 6 Downfalls Of Moving Around A Lot As A Child

By Kola Weisbrich
There are many benefits to moving a lot as a child, but for all the great and strong character-building things about it, there are some serious downfalls. Let’s not dwell on them, but let’s at least acknowledge them. Where do we start? 1. You're at…

No Strings Attached: 8 Benefits Of Moving Around As A Child

By Kola Weisbrich
I've lived in 14 different houses in eight different cities, in four different states, in two different countries. So, I know a little bit about moving. Of course, there were downfalls to relocating so much, but I'd like to focus on the…

Why You Should Worry More About Your Character Than Your Job Title

By Kola Weisbrich
We are constantly asked the question, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” Most of us had different answers when we were children than we do now. We thought we could be anything in the world, from doctors and astronauts to unicorns. You name…