Ineffably You

Let's be friends!

ineffable- (adj) too great to be expressed in words

Hey there! My name is Taryn and I’m a stay-at-home mom to an amazing little love-nugget named Rowan. As a self-described introvert who is riddled with anxiety, I’ve found it extremely difficult to make friends; and yet, despite spending my days with Rowan, our three fat cats, our big, goofy dog, and my awesome fiance, Sheldon, I am beyond lonely and in desperate need of some. With nowhere to go but the drama-filled Facebook and the excellent but “young” Tumblr, I decided that maybe it’s time to take matters into my own hands and make a place that’s welcoming, positive, supportive, safe, and just a little bit (or a lot, if I’m being honest) sassy.

So, here we are! Welcome! At Ineffably You, you can expect to find a little bit of everything you’d talk to your best friends about, from tear-jerker parent pieces, to recipes dripping in deliciousness, to laugh-out-loud and deliciously naughty sex stories and advice, and everything in between. In addition to providing content you can connect to, I’d also like to provide a safe place for YOU to contribute to as well, dear reader. Whether you’re a writer, an artist, a vlogger, or you just need to get something off your chest in a judgment-free zone, this is the place for you!

Like with most places, there are rules here. Safety comes first and foremost. I want readers and contributors to feel comfortable and accepted. With that said, here are a few guidelines:

  1. Trolling, racism, homophobia, transphobia, sexism, xenophobia, and any other kind of hate speech or abusive comments will NOT be tolerated and are grounds for being booted and blocked.
  2. This is not a place for arguments and debates. We don’t all have to agree, but if you want to debate there are places for that and this isn’t one of them.
  3. Trigger warnings are important and can save a world of hurt. Please use them if you know or feel like what you’re about to post will be triggering to readers.
  4. Please be kind. Please be respectful. You never know what someone is going through. There’s no shame in being part of the light in someone’s darkness.

Let’s have fun. Let’s show kindness and compassion. Let’s be ineffable. Let’s be friends.


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