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    Why I’m giving my morning routine makeover.

    It happens without fail every morning, whether it’s during the week or on the weekend: my¬†alarm has gone off. I instinctively and automatically reach for my phone to shut it off (or press snooze, let’s be honest here) and then whether I doze back to sleep or not, I will almost always do a routine […]

    “I Am Job.” Maybe Not if You’re a Millennial.

    One of my favorite scenes from Mrs. Doubtfire is when Robin Williams, in his scheme to see his children on a regular basis as a cross-dressed nanny, “calls” in response to his ex-wife’s ad for help posing as potential applicants. In one, he simply says “I am job.” I’m reminded of this only because if […]

    happy links friday.

    Stuff I found interesting around the web this week: Songs of Anarchy. Sons of Anarchy fans, tide yourself over until the start of Season 5 with select tunes from Seasons 1-4 are available for your aural pleasure on Spotify. My favorites are Katey Sagal’s rendition of “Son of a Preacher Man” and the beautiful Spanish […]

    loving and lying dot com.

    The online dating world can be a truthiness-filled and slightly ethnocentric place, at least according to a New York Times article detailing some interesting research by professors and scientists. Among the findings: people would rather admit to being fat than liberal or conservative; whites tend to not date outside their race; and liars tend to […]

    mean girls, mean boys, & the internet.

    One of the advantages of being a Millennial born in the ’80s is that my peers and I didn’t grow up with Facebook. MySpace had just started to gain some traction in high school. Texting was a later distraction. Email? Occasionally. We still called each other to make plans, sometimes (gasp!) on landlines. Seems ancient, […]