Fake Friends, Digital Assistants, and Ray Bradbury

I was listening to a story on NPR the other evening about children using at-home digital assistants and the blurred line of technology versus friend, and all I could think about was the short story by Ray Bradbury (one of my all-time favorite authors) “The Veldt”. Continue reading “Fake Friends, Digital Assistants, and Ray Bradbury”

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Spring/Summer 2017 Favorites

As I sit here gorging myself on popcorn, and trying to cool off after taking the flat-lay picture of all this stuff outside, I’m reminded why I enjoy having a blog so much – I love to write! It’s seriously that simple. Even if no one read this blog, I still would keep writing on it and sharing my thoughts, because it’s who I am, and it’s a nice way to get it all out. I thought about making this post a video, but honestly, I don’t have the patience or equipment for that, so here’s lots of words for you to read. Or not.

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Workout Wishlist

I know I’ve been posting a lot of fitness/workout posts lately and I promise that’s not what this blog is meant to be turning into; I just have a tendency to write about what I’m interested in at the moment and my life is basically revolving around fitness and working out right now. I know that fitness is a difficult subject for some people because it brings up a lot of body issues and psychological issues (I used to be one of those people), which is why I try to keep my fitness posts as body posi as I possibly can (which is really easy when you have the perspective that I do).

With that being said, I’m going to try to make an effort to diversify my blog feed a bit more here in the coming month or two, after my next fitness post.

But without further ado (and in no particular order), let’s get into this. Continue reading “Workout Wishlist”