I’ve been a classic yo-yo dieter for decades. But this time it’s different, because this time I’m scared for my life, and that’s finally given me some weight loss motivation that is going to stick.
I’ve seen so many people writing about how hard this all is. Lives have been turned upside-down. The way forward is uncertain. Many people have lost their jobs outright, or for many of my freelance and blogging friends, lost a good chunk of their income. People are bored, kids are stir-crazy, families are stuck in…
I dropped my son off for his first day of college today. I have some thoughts.
People love to post on Facebook about the thing they claim not to care about. Don’t be that person.
Luke Perry died, and an entire generation is in mourning. Why does this death feel so different?
This post is sponsored by Amazon. This year Amazon has made it super easy to donate to Toys for Tots by saying just six words to your Echo device: “Alexa, donate to Toys for Tots.”
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, so I’ve got two easy ways for you to raise money to help fight Metastatic Breast Cancer. And all you have to do is post pictures—someone else donates the money!
Today is the fifteenth anniversary of the northeast blackout of 2003, when some tree branches in Ohio caused 60 million people to lose power.