Why Shania Twain Was the Feminist Role Model I Didn’t Know I Needed Growing Up
Today I learned that Queen of Country Pop Shania Twain is going to be on Broad City tonight (Abbi finally, actually gets to train her), and I’m so excited! So excited that, as an unemployed millennial with a blog, I’m gonna write about it!! A Bit of Background I grew up in a small town that was part of…
In Lieu of a Real Post This Week: TWO POEMS!
I’m trying to post regularly each Friday but today instead of a lengthy post, I’m going to share two poems I’ve been working on this week that are in their “final rough draft” stages. My next big goal (and possibly last) for the year is to get together a ton of my poems and finally…
IT HAPPENED TO ME: I Got Catcalled with a Turkey Caller. Twice.
While autumn doesn’t officially start until September 22 each year, we all know everyone considers Labor Day weekend to be the last weekend of summer. White pants and sundresses are now considered fashion faux pas and those of us here in the American south are crafting outfits based on 50-60 something temps in the morning…
I quit my job, I have no plan, I can handle this. Have a nice day!
I’ve been saying since basically September of last year that I didn’t want to still be at this job by my birthday in September this year. And like the true procrastinator I’ve always been, I’m cutting it pretty damn close.