In my previous post I was so thrilled to announce I was back to vlogging. I have hours of footage I’m scouring through, and, if anyone has ever edited videos, you know it can be a tedious process. There’s some great moments, hilarious jokes, and just general amusement, but they’re rare-ish gems among hours of measuring, … More Always hit save
Now, we know I love my books. They’re my preciouseses and I need them with, around, near and on me at all times. But I have indeed confessed to being a e-reader owner as well. I want to compile a short list of pros and cons for both, and kind of explain how (and why) … More Book Vs E-reader
We did it. It was a struggle and there were a few miscommunication errors, but we did it. We moved from one side of the city to another in an afternoon. Currently the house is filled to the 11 ft ceiling with boxes and furniture, but we’re slowly unpacking. I foresee a few weekends of … More We Moved… Now to unpack and unburden.
I would like to preface this personal essay with this statement: I think social media can absolutely be a force for good. I think it has many benefits and perks. I believe that, if used correctly, it can be a good thing. I am in no way advising people remove their online presence if that … More Living Outside the Filtered Echo Chamber: A personal essay on why I left conventional Social Media and the impact it had on my life.
A few days ago a friend of mine text me asking why I had reactivated my Facebook page. After a year of reminding people I didn’t have Facebook any longer, I was very confused. She sent me a screenshot. “Umm… What the F***?” Sure enough, there was my page, live and well. I felt the … More Hacked
If you’re anything like me, you’ll notice your friendship group is slowly dwindling. People are settling down, having children, and try as you might, you just can’t quite get on board the “parents group” vibe. You may even be in the parents group camp and have found that you can’t stand the other parents and … More Friendship App for the Socially Challenged