Winona Dimeo-Ediger

Winona Dimeo-Ediger


Winona Dimeo-Ediger is a blogger, author, and banjo enthusiast based in Nashville, Tennessee. Follow her on Instagram @winonarose.

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Just Because I'm Curvy, Doesn't Mean I Always Want A Pin-Up-Girl Bikini 

Dear bikini manufacturers: Not all short, curvy women want to channel their inner Marilyn Monroe.

Gender-neutral toys at Target.

How To Navigate The Horrifying Dystopia That Is Target's New Genderless Toy Section

Target’s lack of gender signage is obviously a sinful, confusing disaster. You should definitely never shop there again. But just in case you ever need to buy a gift for your kid and Wal-Mart is closed, here are some tips for how to navigate the Godless dystopia that is the new unlabeled toy section of Target:

pie 4ever

An Ode To Winter Fluff

While buttoning my pants today I found to my dismay / that my skinny jeans get skinnier with every passing day. / For the past few months, in fact, I’ve watched with shock and wonder / as my stomach’s gotten softer and my thighs accrued more thunder.

Gift-buying nightmare.

8 Annoying Holiday Errands, Ranked

As much as I love the holidays, there are a lot of chores and errands this time of year requires that are, let’s say, less than fun.

It’s me, Optimism! Cheeriness? Excitement? Hope?

An Imagined Conversation With Optimism

Ever had an imagined conversation with optimism? Yeah, me too.


An Ode To Old Friends

Old friends make it possible to conduct entire conversations in inside jokes, like a secret code you’ve taken 15 years to hone.


Off The Cuff: What To Do When You Hate All Your Clothes

One woman’s frumpy maxi is another woman’s new favorite dress. Gather a group of friends together for a clothing swap.

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How Not To Take A Compliment

"Cute dress!" "This? I literally found it in a dumpster behind Baja Fresh."

"Grief can’t be curated."

In Defense Of Facebook Mourning

There’s something that happens on social media every time a celebrity dies. After the initial shock and questions of “is it a hoax?” have abated, people start telling stories.