Fifty-two weeks ago I started a reading challenge to read one book a week. I read about half that and I'm okay with it.
I went to a coloring bar at the Strand on July 21 as part of my journey of self-development. Alone. It felt somewhat awkward. I experienced some zen throughout the hour, but in the end, the zen may have been forced. There were a good number of young folks (under 25) at the coloring session. … Continue reading My Inner Voice: “This Is Awkward”
I try to write honestly, but it's not always rainbows and unicorns.
Childhood memories are a funny thing, particularly when family members are involved.
From changes in NYC schools to housing policy. Some of the things I read this past week.
Inbox & The Web On writing. Schools: Students are demanding that their colleges and universities provide free tampons and menstral pads. While some may laugh at this suggestion, the fact that such necessities aren't readily available highlights the many ways in which women's health needs are made invisible. The National Writing Project has some positive … Continue reading Week in Reads – March 25