The True End of an Era

This is the house I grew up in I grew up in one house. I’ve heard stories about how when I was born my parents lived in a one bedroom apartment in New Jersey, and how I slept in the hallway or the closet or wherever they could fit my crib, but I grew up … Continue reading

I Don’t Want to Read Columbine Again

Disclaimer: This post comes from emotion.  These are my immediate and unedited feelings.  There may be minor inaccuracies (the only research I did was use google and I get most of my news from The Daily Show), but this is the perception that I have about a major problem facing our country. Just over a … Continue reading

The Aging Academic: Marjorie Morningstar

I have a confession to make: sometimes I miss writing essays.  I miss reading a book with a question in my mind, I miss outlining and finding the perfect quotes, and I miss sitting down to construct a well-written argument.  I get that this makes me a super-nerd, but it’s my blog, and in this … Continue reading

I Am A…

We have all sorts of identifiers in our lives, things we know for sure.  I am a woman, I am a wife, I am a coffee drinker.  We do this to categorize ourselves, to find common ground with the people around us.  What I’m curious about is, at what point can you give yourself a … Continue reading

Self-Doubt is the WORST

I started this blog just after my 29th birthday, about 8 months ago.  I had just read Dinner: A Love Story, a gift from my amazing husband, and was so inspired and overwhelmed, I felt like I had to write again.  I had to do something.  Work was going well, I wasn’t exhausted all the … Continue reading

Crazy Town Friday!!

I’m at Crazy Town today. I’m pretty psyched about my post because its about TV and Twitter. Two of my favorite topics! Just Click Here! Have a great weekend!

It’s Only Awkward if You Make It

“It’s Only Awkward if You Make” it is a mantra that my friends and I have used since college.  I believe it grew from something I used to tell myself, “it all depends on how you carry yourself,” when I needed to feel confident in a situation I did not.  We used “It’s Only Awkward … Continue reading