R.I.P. G.O.P.

I’ve seen too many news sources using the title “The Day The GOP Died”, so can you blame me for: A long long time ago I can still remember how That party used to make us think But he knew if he had his chance That he could make those people prance And maybe they would settle for a wink But … More R.I.P. G.O.P.

Try again…& again…

I saw an article this morning titled, “Why it feels so good to read about this Princeton professor’s failures”. Everyone posts their new jobs on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. I find myself looking at the social media of past acquaintances and wondering why I can’t be as successful are they are. We’re the same age; what … More Try again…& again…

Featuring: ME!

Hello, all – I recently connected with Jennifer of Young & Twenty and she kindly offered to include a post written by yours truly on her site. So please go check out youngandtwenty.com, with my post being under the “Being Young & Twenty” tab. I’m also writing for my alma mater’s alumnae blog page, something … More Featuring: ME!

Tempeh the Catalyst

Tofu is a staple of my diet, yet somehow I only managed to try tempeh just this weekend. Both tempeh and tofu are soy products, but the process to create the final product differs (curdling versus coagulating). My newly discovered enjoyment of tempeh inspired me to think even more about the foods I’m consuming. (Although … More Tempeh the Catalyst

Writing Advice from Stephen King: I’ll Leave It.

  I started reading On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft by Stephen King last summer, but happened to be drawn back into the annoyance it provoked within me when I saw the title again today. On Writing is chock-full of absolutes. “Don’t ever do this in your writing” or “always do this”. He mentions the process … More Writing Advice from Stephen King: I’ll Leave It.