Every once in a while, someone writes a post about how women need to stop playing around and start acting like grown adults. Here’s Jezebel’s from a couple of years ago! Here’s one on “cupcake feminism” that got a lot of play last year (warning: NSFW dessert image.) And recently, Huffington Post published a similar […]
Tag: grown ups
A Discovery of Witches
A Discovery of Witches is one of those books that’s been making the rounds of recommendations, and shows up in airport book shops.
Somewhere between college and now, I turned into an adult. I’m not quite sure how the transformation happened. When I look back, there are a few moments when it really struck me, I Am A Grown Up. That morning I had to rush The Mister to the hospital, the day we closed on our house. […]
Pros and Cons of Being an Adult
This post is inspired by the grocery shopping that I just did. As is typical these days, I was stressing out about credit card debt, and bills, and rent and my future and on and on. And I was like, Jesus Christ, being an adult BLOWS! Remember when you were little and you’re all “when […]
Being an adult means all sorts of new words and phrases begin popping into our vocabularies. Today we’re beginning another of our periodic series, this one on vocab for grown-ups. We’ll cover a few key words and phrases in each round, so stay tuned for all the words you wish you remembered from the SAT.
Cookie Exchanges: Feast or Fiasco?
Are you familiar with the concept of a “cookie exchange”? It’s a get together hosted around the holidays, focusing around, you guessed it – exchanging cookies. Typically guests each bring different kinds of cookies, and much like kids swap Silly Bandz, grown ups swap cookies. It’s a great way get cookies together for other holiday […]
Lunchtime Poll 12/8
It’s that time again! Lunchtime poll time! We’re officially halfway through the work week? Who’s excited? I can’t believe how fast this month is going. Is anyone ready for the holidays? I am not. Speaking of, my sister wrote on my facebook yesterday that we need to plan our Christmas day feast. I wrote back: […]