An informative and helpful piece for introverts and extroverts alike, but esp. for the introverts. Continue reading A Dating Guide For Introverts
If you’re a lover of old books like me, you may find that modern literature doesn’t often make it onto your reading lists. Here’s why it should. Continue reading Why Read Modern Literature, or, Just Do It
Breasts are beautiful, but nipples are commonplace. So why are these little nuggets causing such an uproar? Here’s why I believe in freeing the nipple. Continue reading Why I Believe in Freeing the Nipple
The writer at his desk is surrounded by crumpled failed drafts, stacks of newspapers and books. He is disheveled, eccentric, misanthropic. In all honesty, I find the image quite noble. Growing up, I wanted to be that person. I wanted the intense focus; the seclusive nature- the endless quiet, save birds and music. I wanted the frustrations and the breakthroughs, the ring of coffee on … Continue reading 20 Organization Tips for The Messy Writer
I can’t imagine that anyone would seriously say this. It sounds damn ridiculous. However. Everywhere that I look in books and media, I am seeing the devastating effects of plastics on our environment. It’s pretty damn hard to ignore. At least that’s what I thought. You see, I’ve been noticing more and more that all around me the plastic problem doesn’t seem to exist at … Continue reading Who Cares About the Stupid Planet Anyway?
I’ve redesigned my Pinterest page with board covers. See what a remarkable difference it makes. Continue reading Pinterest Goals: Board Covers