I have a strange life. Not literally, in a lot of ways it’s very traditional. I’m cisgendered, white, hetersexually-married with the classic “house in the suburbs” (including a white picket fence actually) with a very corporate “normal” full-time job. And yet, I don’t feel like I’m normal. I sometimes feel like at any moment I will… Continue reading Musings: Perception
Can we stop talking about it already? The insurance industry is not actually the problem with our health system in the US. It’s a symptom. And not even the worst symptom – it’s like the rash that it super-annoying-but-in-a-super-difficult-spot-to-scratch-so-you-can’s-scratch-anyway. I have talked about this with a lot of people. From “I hate everything ACA because… Continue reading Politics: Health Insurance is not the issue
I’ve been working on a long post for three days. I might even need to split it… I know, I’m a nerd who enjoys doing research too much. Hopefully I’ll have this/these posts up soon!
You know what is worse than having an asthma attack? Having an asthma attack for no apparent reason. So much in life is like that – as long as we understand the cause & effect of our actions somehow when “bad things” happen it’s more acceptable to the brain. Like, if I go to a… Continue reading Life: Health & Breathing
I’ve been jokingly saying for a few years now that everyone who works 40-hours-a-week needs a wife. It’s supposed to be funny. It’s supposed to ease the frustration that there just aren’t enough hours in the day to work a full time job and take care of a family. Well, I think I am ready to… Continue reading Feminism: Single-Income Households
This book is a middle-grade fantasy story by Sage Blackwood. This means it’s really written for 11-13/14 year olds, but I would actually put it at a pretty solid 4/5 for adults too. It was enjoyable, if not the most “mature content.” It’s approach to relationships is perfect for a budding teenager and I found… Continue reading Review: Jinx (trilogy)
As I sit in bed Tuesday night, the news is already declaring Karen Handel winning Georgia’s 6th district – a study in money in politics and the insanity of the current electoral process. She didn’t win by much, for a district that is historically much above the national average…. it was a loss for the… Continue reading Politics: Georgia’s 6th