And the People Who Stayed at Home Woke Up

May 14, 2020 1

And the people stayed home. And they baked bread and they watched Netflix and they drank wine. And they waited as they were told to do. Some prayed, some battled depression and anxiety; some worried; […]

Jaguar: 1 Zoo Guest with phone: 0

March 13, 2019 5

“I was in the wrong for leaning over the barrier, but I think the zoo should consider moving their fence back,” says the woman who sustained a non-life threatening injury after leaning over a 3 […]

Marie Kondo vs. The Mom Method

February 20, 2019 4

Women are paying $2000 for a “certification” from Marie Kondo that allows them to tell other people how to throw their stuff away and stop living in such a mess. Those achieving top certification status […]

Political Ads

October 5, 2018 0

I am so over all the political ads currently running on tv and radio, although, I have to admit, they are probably super fun to write. I took a crack at it: <Voice Over> This […]

Boycotts, Dawn Detergent, and the Devil

June 30, 2018 0

I’m not a boycotter of anything. I never have been. I’ve never walked with a picket sign or yelled into a megaphone. (Unless you count my cheerleading days, during which I did yell quite a […]

Passion Won’t Keep You in Business

April 20, 2016 0

There, I said it. I’m sorry, but it had to be said. ‪ #‎sorrynotsorry‬ And I know this might come as a surprise to some; after all, we hear the word Passion everywhere. It’s in […]

Stuff I Believe

April 14, 2016 0

I believe that one size does not fit all I believe that birthday cake has no calories IF it’s eaten on your birthday. I believe that there is no ONE way to do anything I […]

Work-Life Balance and I are Done

April 14, 2016 0

I tried this Work/Life Balance thing once. I heard I should really try to achieve it and felt kind of bad that I hadn’t. Life Coaches were preaching its merits, telling me I would be […]

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