Well, maybe. Mr. Rafia has been on my case to change my previous layout, because as he said: it was ugly and boring. See for yourself: I personally found it to be minimalist and somewhat tongue-in-cheek. But really, it was a last minute attempt to put something new up because I was getting sick of … Continue reading Site update: A new layout for the new year!
i love cake because every new beginning comes from why do love cake? i love cake so much is angie’s list really free? why do you like cake i like cake because why i love cake re4nik harveigh the cow died give the reason why you like cake meaning of sacrifice in the 21st century … Continue reading So this ended up being another “Year in Review” post. Probably won’t be the last.
One of the things I have learned in organizing public programs is that you have to be willing to let go of your reasons for starting the project. When I discovered there was some push back against one of my core reasons for starting this particular project, I was reminded of the lesson I learned … Continue reading Anxiety and insomnia never were a good mix.
It's amazing how reinforcing blogging can be. It reminds me of advice I used to read from "diet" experts about sharing your progress on social media: it holds you accountable. Notwithstanding my many reasons for arguing against this particular advice -- a) not everything needs to be on social media; b) perpetuation of the idea … Continue reading Sometimes what you really need is to talk to yourself — and blogging might be a socially acceptable way to do this.
One of the things that really just irritates me is when I have a blog post pretty much ready to publish, but then life gets in the way (boo, life!), and then when I get the opportunity to finally publish the post, I feel differently about it and then end up trashing it. As I … Continue reading An ode to blogging