I do not normally have high expectations for the NBC network. The promo for their event series (“event series” is a story all in itself), The Slap, did nothing to change this. Read More What I Watched Last Night: NBC’s The Slap
Hell, when aren’t we working? Read More This Open Thread is Working for the Weekend
In spite of all the warnings drilled into me since I was a wee MacIntosh, I swab out my ear canals like a rebel, after every single shower. Read More Lunchtime Poll: Do You Stick Q-tips (or other items smaller than your elbow) In Your Ear?
It’s gift giving time again, dear unicorn friends, and I have the last list you’ll need. Read More Gifts for Unicorn Lovers: The Good, The Bad, and The Etsy
October is national Diabetes Awareness Month, which is a cause near and dear to my heart. Diabetes runs in my family, and anything that might make my loved ones’ lives better is a worthy cause. Read More Sponsored: Celebrate Diabetes Awareness Month with Blue Bunny Sweet Freedom
Being organized is difficult in the best of circumstances. When your ass is owned by your employer for the equivalent of two people per week, organization can become a huge challenge. Read More 10 Ways to Stay Organized While Working 80 Hours a Week
Happy Monday, friends! I’m tickled to announce a new partnership with the equally bookish and clever dames over at Ravishly, including P-Mag alum Jetta Rae. Read More Ladyblog You Should Be Reading: Ravishly
As a lover of a limited number of pumpkin-related things (baked goods and soup, mostly) it pains me to write this, but pumpkin-mania is exhausting. We live in the Internet age, where attention spans are short and ruckus-raising abounds, there’s no reason pumpkin condoms and coffees should still exist in 2014. Read More Lunchtime Poll: Overthrow the Pumpkinarchy