No more magazine fluff No more overwrought drama No more constant bellyaching No more impossible puzzle to solve No more fake glitter No more waste No more empty words Goodbye
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.
You think you know me so well Put the shoes on They’ll feel strange and weird Soon you’ll be haggard, down and out Yet I still stand tall in my shoes Oh well, you didn’t quite know me Maybe now pick up your spitted bile and redirect it […]
Happy 14th birthday to my son. Who will always be my baby. Fourteen years ago this week I experienced one of the most amazing events in my life. It was painful but also filled with awe, love, amazement, happiness, giddiness, and much more. And, I should note not […]
So, a female Prime Minister went and partied with her friends and someone leaked it to the world. She had been dancing and smiling and dancing some more on the videos. And, a frenzy occurred. Such a frenzy took place that she, the Prime Minister of Finland, took […]
I’m a New Yorker. I’m used to cramped spaces. We do not gave California closets. If we do, I’m sure that unfortunately some rent it out as a $1,000 room. I may be slightly exaggerating. Only slightly. In NYC, everything is cramped. Most other spaces in the United […]
Today marks six straight months of everyday writing. My previous record was ober 1,800 days. Then stuff happened. It’s ok. My world didn’t shatter because I took off a few days here and there. I do have to admit, it can make one a bit anxious if you […]
After the funeral, they went back to the house to finish clearing through their mother’s belongings. It was not an easy task. But it was a task to help keep the mind distracted. Yet, everwhere she looked she found a new set of souvenirs bunched together. Her mother […]
Let me just state outright, I am a bug, mosquito, insect magnet. I like to joke that it is my very sweet blood that attracts them. I do believe that to be true, in part. The last few weeks in NYC I was hiving everyday from one thing […]
Every country has a different set of norms around tipping. And, they keep evolving. Even within country, tipping differs by region and service. Some people tip 15%; I usually do minimum 20%. Some people just tip on the pre-tax anount; other’s tip on the whole check anount. Some […]
There is this new phenomenon now. Just like we had the resignation economy and even the laying flat economy, we now have the quiet quitting economy. Truthfully, I don’t like that phrase of “quiet quitting”. To me, as a psychologist, it seems to hit on two things: satisficing […]