“In the attention economy, thoughtful solutions had so little value.” SELF-CARE, LEIGH STEIN
Here are three common themes I saw in the opening lines of memoirs.
Ask a writer why they write and you’ll get a thousand answers or at least a thousand essays.
Everyone who is born holds dual citizenship in the kingdom of the well and in the kingdom of the sick. ~Susan Sontag
Love, Loss, and Finding Your People When Your Baby Dies talks openly about the way our society is unable to handle the loss of babies.
#1 Enjoy more hours of daylight
Whether traveling across the country or the world trying something new to taste is part of the journey. A roundup of the foods loved and lost across the globe.
Young men expect women to have sex with them on Valentine’s Day.
I’m an astrocytoma survivor and I think I’ve read every book there is on brain tumors trying to find myself in the story. Even as I tried, I never quite found the same story, until now.
Some myths of the brain that scientists have uncovered since the Decade of the Brain.
Why I I loved Pippi Longstocking.
The letters were written during World War II. Porter would learn of a man and part of the war that had been hidden to many before.
“Every silver lining has a cloud.” MARY KAY ASH
It’s one piece of 2020 I’m excited to take with me into 2021.
This sign gave me the message I needed to overcome doubt and make a change.