It’s that time of the year. It’s the end of the first quarter. It’s the first day of the month. It’s April Fool’s Day. That last part makes me sad. My mother loved April Fool’s pranks. She would go all out. She’s not here to experience this one. […]
I love to travel, try new foods (both simple and "exotic"), ingest caffeine, and watch political news coverage. Im a big pop culture junkie who isnt afraid to say she loves "In Touch" Magazine! A social marketing expert and psychologist by training who works in the public health field trying to bring a little common sense to it all.
All the world is my television and I like to provide commentary on it.
A fake letter from F. Scott Fitzgerald, quarantined in 1920 in the Cote d’Azur during the Spanish flu has made its way around the viral world. There are many things that are faked nowadays since we have so many tools to help create fake worlds, images, and writings. […]
I am usually a nuance person. That sounds funny. I am usually a person who is comfortable with nuance. I am comfortable with gray. Usually. However, I am all about the black and white right now. Will things be better or not? Is the road ahead a smooth […]
When the first week of January ended, there were a few things that were often repeated or quite evident. First off, we were all noting that we were in awe as to how the previous year had gone by in a blur. The year had gone by too […]
She had just finished watching her favorite television show. She had been left disappointed as their storyline had been quite disjointed. It was as if they had hurriedly put it together with no plan for future episodes. She rose from the couch, wine in hand and started typing […]
I will admit I’m a bit anxiety-riddled. And, let’s be clear that’s an understatement. I question my daily decisions. Hope things will turn out ok. But I also very clearly understand that hope can’t be a decision-making factor. My brain feels like it is on fire. My chest […]
I don’t know about you all, but I did see some of this coming. I was watching from afar earlier in the year and started thinking of how an outbreak may manifest here. I suppose I saw some of this coming because I’m in healthcare, am skeptical of […]
I have always been an early bird. I wake up at 5am and drink two cups of coffee and go work out for 40 minutes. And, I solve a million and one problems and answer 1,000 emails before 9am. That would mean that by 9pm I wanted to […]
I am going to admit something I probably shouldn’t. While working certain days from home this past week, I finally put my stove on. I’ve been in this apartment four months. And, I put it on not to cook. I, instead, put it on to heat a freshly […]
Twitter reminded me the other day that spring had finally arrived. I love the spring season. I look forward to it each year. I’m a spring baby. I love to feel that things are blooming. Although, my allergies most certainly go haywire. Spring is about rejuvenation. It’s about […]