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lonnieWho even are you?
Well, that’s info you can get on my About Me page, but to save you a click: I’m Dootsie. Hi. I’m an expert in basically nothing, aside from sass and perhaps the ins and outs of magazine publishing. I’m a writer, freelance graphic designer and more.

How do I get in touch with you?
Honestly, maybe Twitter? Or a comment? I’ll see it, no worries. If it’s something private, just let me know and I’ll reply. I’m pretty interested in talking to just about anyone, even Nigerian princes. So don’t be shy (I’m certainly not)!

Will you review our product?
Maybe! See above!

What are your hobbies?
I’m really terrible about picking up “hobbies” then dumping them weeks later. I am trying to commit tarot cards to memory, I pretend to be an artist and writer, I stare at my cat, I play casual video games (think Harvest Moon, Stardew Valley, The Sims, Animal Crossing, etc.), I like trying obscure soda and I love going a’thrifting. Are those hobbies? I dunno.

I’m uncomfortable with the way you look.
Cool.

What kind of music do you listen to?
It’s pretty tame.

Zodiac?
Cancer, Gemini moon, Virgo ascendant.

What’s your clothes situation?
As a plus-sized marshmallow, I know shopping can be a strug for real. I shop mainly at Old Navy, Target, boohoo and Eloquii. I’m also a huge fan of City Chic’s zip-front pleated tunic style. (Seriously, it looks so good and it’s so effortless.)

Well what about perfume?
I have HUGE feelings about perfume. You’ll find tons of posts featuring my opinions on here. The long and short of it is that floral notes give me migraines – so I gave up on mainstream perfume a long time ago. Discovering perfume oils with niche, atmospheric notes has been kind of a delightful journey! I’m a fan in particular of Solstice Scents, Alkemia, Poesie and Demeter Fragrance Library.

What is your favourite/least fave food?
Funny that you should ask…

Do you come here often?
I DO, actually. How have I never seen you here before?

Is a F.A.Q. really necessary? Are any of these questions actually “frequently asked”?
No. But it is a nostalgia bomb, right?