For anyone who has been in situations they weren’t sure why they didn’t want to agree to them, for those who thought twice about whether their identities were fixed or fluid or in-between; for those who know the fear of walking alone at night and every decision can be wrong with no take-backs.
Where have I been?! Why haven’t I been writing? What’s going on? Am I alive?! As evidenced by my Twitter; yes, of course, I am alive! I mentioned in my last post (during Christmas!) that I had a number of projects going on. I simply could not keep up with regular posting, the other projects,…
Here’s the goods: This is on sale for 99 cents! There’s no real reason, just because I felt like it. That’s really it. Get it before Christmas if you want it!If you want to stick it to the Amazon man and get your hands on a real copy, I also have a few paperbacks available!…
Some of my work on Medium has been selected by editorial curators for its quality.
Wasn’t dating already enough of a challenge? What even is the dating scene right now? Dating is hard. It just is. It’s never going to get easier. Adding the stress and uncertainty of a pandemic when it isn’t safe to be within six feet of others, it can feel like those of us who are…
The key word is “affirmation,” not “words.”
By Saturday morning, on August 1, I almost burned my eggs when I realized I was zoning in and out within an hour of waking despite getting otherwise perfect rest.
Death positivity is about reforming the American death care industry and informing people about death, care (often hands-on whenever appropriate), what it all involves, and ritualizing to process grief and loss.
“Because I want to keep *this* job, and I am figuratively my own boss in most circumstances, I also grant myself the grace that I wish previous employers would have: to believe in myself and trust that I will get the work done one way or another.”
My mailing list is: low-key, a one-stop-shop to keep up on stuff, and never salesy.
I’m too lazy to bother you more than twice a month so I’m not here to clog your inbox. Imagine the day you can say “I knew her before she was verified on Twitter!”