Thank you internet. Once again you summed up how I have been feeling. I could not figure out why I have felt so weird about reaching a goal I did not know I had. For achieving something I had no idea I was working for. For doing my job, and doing it well. I did … Continue reading I earned this.
Even if you were born after Mr. Rogers passed away; you know who he is. Kids today are more familiar with Daniel Tigers Neighborhood. (Is that even still on?) I was one of those kids that grew up watching Mr. Rogers Neighborhood. As a child watching his show on PBS I really had no idea … Continue reading Won’t You Be My Neighbor?
Third time is the charm I say. Happy New Year. I have tried, and "failed" three times to write my Hello 2019 post. The whole thing seems to arbitrary. The whole thing. To say HELLO to a new year; to make outlandish promises to yourself and then to proclaim those promises to the world for "accountability". … Continue reading 2019…
Who know that was a thing? Not me until today, when a friend of my sent me an Instagram story describing such a thing. JOMO is FOMO's introverted sister. Google FOMO and you get a Webster's dictionary definition. Along with articles upon articles on how to overcome it. Google JOMO you get an Urban Dictionary … Continue reading JOMO
Not That Bad is a collection of essays. A collection of really hard essays to read. The stories made me uncomfortable which is probably why it took me all month to read it. I picked this book up not knowing what to expect. I knew I loved Roxanne Gay, but outside of that.... “If a … Continue reading Not That Bad: Dispatches from Rape Culture | REVIEW