Checking In

I haven’t posted about politics in a while. Some readers may be relieved, while others might miss my ranting. I’ve avoided the topic as an act of self-preservation. Since November 2016, I’ve been angry, depressed, terrified, and disgusted in equal measures. The world is burning, Nero is fiddling, and the one percenters just want the... Continue Reading →

Comfort Zones

I’ve been thinking a lot about comfort zones recently. About routines, habits, patterns. I think all of us are drawn to what’s comfortable. That will vary from person to person and situation to situation, but comfort is often what we seek. We’re creatures of habit, repetition, and routine. Scientists studying human decision making find that... Continue Reading →

Hot Enough for Ya?

A couple of nights ago, I tagged a few prominent billionaires in one of my tweets and criticized them for what I feel is their parsimonious behavior. Some random woman decided to call me out for my comment, and I doubled down by citing things I think show that the three men in question are... Continue Reading →

An Embarrassment of Riches

I know doom and gloom fill news reports on current events. We have a misogynistic, homophobic, racist, narcissist squatting in the Oval Office like a fly-bloated toad, sliming every surface with his amphibian ooze and poisoning the atmosphere with his expulsions. He’s alienating us from allies, playing dangerous games of chicken with other narcissistic fools... Continue Reading →

Getting Political

I’m getting political today. I mean, more so than I have in the past. This week’s news from the U.S. Supreme Court has been infuriating, disheartening, and downright scary for women, people of color, and the LGBTQIA community. I have one simple request for people who read my blog: Participate in the election and governing... Continue Reading →

Drips and Drabs

I shouldn’t have checked social media before sitting down to write this blog post. I’d planned on a recap of this week’s accomplishments. Then I was reminded of a story that isn’t getting enough attention in my opinion. It involves our government losing 1,500 migrant children, and I’m just outraged. (You can read the story... Continue Reading →

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