After eight years of promising myself (and my friends) that I would move to SF, it’s finally happening. It’s hard for me to even write “I’m moving,” since serendipitously, I haven’t had to do much of anything. Where I Was: To begin, I had a good job in Los Angeles, working with two highly regarded and dedicated attorneys, who taught me a lot in the … Continue reading About Time: Job Changes and Big Moves!
I made my roommates change all my social media passwords. If they wind up dead, it was for a noble cause. The goal? 21 days without Instagram, Snapchat, Twitter, and Facebook. Why? I’m bloody bored by it. Yet, I spend hours scrolling through my newsfeed of Trump accountability and Trump parodies; photos with the same filter; non-sensical tweets; and a barrage of Kardashian that not … Continue reading The Great Social Media Detox
I am sitting here absolutely gobsmacked. So completely and utterly in shock, because despite this past tumultuous year, NOTHING HAS CHANGED. Context: Every year, around this time, I answer 25 questions about how my year has gone. I unpack the turmoil, the growth, the happy memories, the tears, the sunshine and balmy evenings, the cuddles and the brunches. Then I come to some major epiphany … Continue reading #IExistAsIAmThatIsEnough
Usually this blog is my casual and creative outlet. Today, I use it to mourn. I couldn’t sleep last night. I tossed and turned, so heartbroken and disappointed by the acceptance of misogyny, racism, xenophobia, homophobia and even sexual assault. I felt the rising panic and the bile in my throat regarding the Pandora’s Box we’ve opened. When I finally woke up this morning, headache-y … Continue reading My Commitment to President Trump and to the American People