The Childhood Books that Turned Me Into a Reader

Thanks to Jezebel for first asking this question. Once asked, I just had to share. I can’t adequately describe how much I love books. If I make a ton of money some day, but still claim a broke status, you can blame books. Continue reading The Childhood Books that Turned Me Into a Reader

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School Photos: 10 Things I Wish I Understood in Grade School and High School

I’ve tried very hard to black out the entirety of my memories surrounding my grade school education. I was awkward with unusual interests compared to my peers, which brought on a lot of crap. It wasn’t until I was almost out of high school that I realized that my peers probably felt just as awkward. Even my bullies were probably just trying to find where they fit, doing what they thought their peers expected of them and struggling to find their purpose. Continue reading School Photos: 10 Things I Wish I Understood in Grade School and High School

Ambivalence, Baby

On my list of daily activities, which includes checking Facebook before I get out of bed and frowning at the morning news while I eat breakfast, is checking out what kind of awesomeness I will find on Jezabel.com. When the work day is slow, I am checking that website every few hours in the hope a new, interesting article greats me. If the morning news was more like Jezebel and The Daily Show, I wouldn’t  be frowning while I chow down on my granola and yogurt. Continue reading Ambivalence, Baby

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