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What the Other Half Doesn’t Realize

This week, Jimmy Kimmel began his show with a monologue that sparked a conversation regarding healthcare in our country. The reactions were all over the board (and frankly, overboard). Some have praised the late-night host for the brave and candid... Continue Reading →

Feminism

I am forced to believe that people do not understand what the term “feminism” means. Otherwise, why would it be a dirty word…like Millennial? Surely, it has been sensationalized to a point in which the true meaning is lost. From... Continue Reading →

Cheers to You, Friend

Congratulations. My mind has brought us to a fun place in which I feel the need to tell a story within a story. The few people who follow this blog likely just lost interest. I can’t really blame them, but... Continue Reading →

24 Million Lives

Full disclosure: After today’s announcement from the CBO, I am beyond discouraged. In order to counter these emotions, I am watching Park and Recreations to lift my spirits. Watching a group of government officials who work to improve their community... Continue Reading →

No Man is an Island, Revisited

Upfront, I want you to know that I believe there is a bipartisan message in this article. If you are honest, I believe you will agree that the current political environment is nasty. Whether you lean blue or red, we... Continue Reading →

Stand with Sweden

When I started this blog, I swore that I would never post something without careful consideration. However, I didn’t anticipate the events that unfolded today. True to my mission, I feel the need to post and start the conversation. Also,... Continue Reading →

Coming Out…as a Blogger

Normally, I am a fairly private person, but recent events have drug me out of the closet. To be clear, the closet to which I refer is discretion. Usually, I share my witty insight via group text message with a... Continue Reading →

She Persisted

There are many things that are troubling about recent events in the Senate. I’m too exhausted with this to provide any substantive commentary. Someone will likely ask, “How is your inability to provide substantive content on this matter any different... Continue Reading →

How Basketball Taught Me to Breathe in a Trump Administration

When I was in high school, I was a devout basketball aficionado. I loved it. It was the sole motivating factor that got my ass to school. My parents, to their credit, used basketball as both the carrot and the... Continue Reading →

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