29 Jan 2014

Advice You Really Shouldn’t Follow: Moving to the United States

Hey, remember when people used to write me, asking me for advice, and I would give it to them right here on this blog.

It’s been a while since that happened, huh?

You probably thought this was because people stopped asking me for advice. This would make sense, really. I mean, this is ME […]

26 Jan 2014

38 Signs I’m really, super, duper old. Or really, super, duper awesome. Either one really.

1. My sneakers are named after a famous podiatrist. Not a famous Greek god.

2. I regularly fight the desire to grab twenty-year-olds and ask them what the heck they are wearing.

3. I also regularly fight the desire to tell twenty-year-old boys to pull up their pants and twenty-year-old girls to start wearing some […]

21 Jan 2014

On self doubt, Ira Glass, and why we can’t all believe in ourselves and that’s okay.

This weekend has been a whole big not-so-fun ball of what-ifs and why-am-Is and what-the-heck-am-I-doing-with-my-lifes.

Not that this is anything new.

Self doubt is one of my more consistent hobbies. It ranks right up there with binge-watching angsty dramas on Netflix and telling myself I can’t eat all the cookies and then eating ALL […]

19 Jan 2014

Split Pea Soup for the Broken Hearted

I had a much happier blog post planned for today.

But I can’t even, you guys.

I just can’t even right now.

You see, my car’s not starting. AGAIN. And, while I have no problem functioning without a functioning car, I do have a problem with spending a bajillion dollars getting my car fixed and […]

16 Jan 2014

The first step is admitting you have a problem. The second step is admitting you’re a car.

So, remember last week when I told you all about how I’ve been walking to work and, as a result, have started to hate humanity?

Maybe you thought my new walking habit was the result of my wanting to save money on gas.

Or maybe you thought I was in it for the fitness.

Or, […]