Because life is just a series of revisions and I am a work in progress.
“Sabbatical” sound so much better than “I just can Internet right now.” There are plenty of articles about disconnecting or going on a social media diet. And really, does “Twitter and I are on a break right now” need elaboration in 2021? Probably not. Ghosting on most of the Interwebs—well, okay, it was actually scarily… Continue reading Five Reasons to End a Social Media Sabbatical
New Year's Resolutions are crap. We can all just acknowledge that, right?
"Goals" and "plans" are much more concrete and useful. I know this because of all the How to Be Productive articles I read when I should be being productive. It wasn't even a waste of time...
So many people and organizations are helping with Hurricane Harvey rescue and recovery. How do you tell which ones to support? (Answer: read this post.) Why should you care? (Answer: you are not a monster. Or at least, not a heartless one.)
There are a lot of things I don't know about. One of them is what it's like to be black in the South. I can empathize as a human being, and I can generalize from my experiences as a woman, but when a cop pulls me over, my biggest fear is that my insurance rates… Continue reading When is a guy on a horse not just a guy on a horse?
"If I owned Hell and Texas, I'd rent out Texas and live in Hell." —Highway to Hell, by...me.
I'm not saying my dog is smarter than me. Because that would be embarrassing.
Saying "Not my president" is like saying "Not my cancer" and expecting your doctor to change your diagnosis. Accepting this is what you have to deal with doesn't mean giving up. It means now you know what you have to get over, around, or through.
Okay, I’m finally ready to talk about 2016. From the beginning of this year, I’ve had to bite my tongue about 2016. It started when David Bowie died on January 10th. (By the way, this post is not about dead celebrities.) Then Alan Rickman, God love him, died on January 14th. And the… Continue reading I’m finally ready to talk about 2016
Today is the last day to register to vote in twelve states: Arkansas, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Minnesota, New Mexico, Ohio, Pensylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Texas. Click below: Vote.gov And here is a guide to early voting on NPR's website. For personalized lists of the candidates running for office in your district (other than the… Continue reading OMG Deadlines