In October, I wrote that I was going to participate in NaNoWriMo–a writing challenge that encourages you to write around 1,667 words every day for the month of November in order to end up with a 50,000-word shitty first draft.
Environmentalism rarely has those big flash-point moments we can use to talk about change. The destruction is a literal slow burn. Forest fires, hurricanes, even oil spills, are often framed as one-off incidents that just can’t be helped, ‘thoughts and prayers’ are vaguely sent (much like other preventable yet recurring catastrophes) and people move on. […]
So. I have a blog, huh? Let’s take a look at what blogging for me in 2018 looks like….because so far, it doesn’t really exist. This (not including my last cryptic post, #sorryNotSorry) is 100% the longest that I’ve gone without posting on here in a while, only because I’d made it a priority to […]
How is January already halfway over!? Unbelievable. My December was lovely though. Partly due to the holidays, and partly due to work-related stuff. The holidays for me were kickstarted in the town I now live in, Stamford, CT, with a zany invent where they have members of the town rescue squad dress up as holiday […]
Movies! So many good movies coming out! I should be getting my MoviePass any day now and I’m so excited to be let lose at the movies. Star Wars of course is a big one. My company is having screenings of Three Billboards, The Shape of Water, The Post, and The Greatest Showman soon, knocking those off the […]
October started off with a bang. That seems to happen to me quite often though…going for a long time with nothing going on only to have several big ticket items practically tripping over each other. In this case, it was some of NYC’s finest offerings (for me at least).