I think I might have finally found it—the one bag to rule them all. At least, I’ve found something that mostly works for the time being, and that seems fairly miraculous right about now. Here’s the bag I’m using and
I am a shy and somewhat anxious writer. Not all writers are alike. Some are outgoing and extraverted. Some are adrenaline junkies. Some are self-congratulatory and aloof. Some are confident and outspoken. And so on. But the stereotype of the
Today, I have another guest post to share! This writerly wisdom comes from my friend and fellow author Brian Tashima. Hailing from Vancouver, WA, Brian is also an awesome dad as well as a musician (I’ve been to one of
It’s guest post day! Wendy Wagner is one of the members of my truly amazing writers group, and she makes the best snacks for our meetings and write-ins. She’s shared her super yummy (and super easy) roasted garbanzo beans recipe
I’m afraid I’m getting worse about responding to email in a timely manner. There are people who reached out to me months ago (or even longer) about dysautonomia or backpacks or writing, who still haven’t gotten a reply from me.
Because I find making (and enjoying) a pot of homemade soup to be one of the finest comforts around, and because a lot of people keep thinking I’m joking when I mention pickle soup, here’s my inexact recipe for pickle
It’s really too bad that Mr. Trump has gotten his feelings hurt so easily and so quickly after taking office. He has been taken to task by the national and international press and by individual American citizens—and, I believe, rightly