I completely rewrote today’s opinion post–read on to find out how to be courteous to public Internet users! (It’s a really important issue to me because I once depended on public Internet access!)
Bigger pictures, less words…the restful feeling of dusk now thrums through this thoughtful Tuesday post much more clearly. Click and enjoy, even if it’s not dusk where you are yet!
My opinionated (and still relevant) post about how problematic big women’s fashion is has been revamped and is ready for more viewing! If you’ve never shopped in the “big woman’s” section before, click and see what kinds of disastrous fashion we have to put up with–and if you’re a fellow big woman, you will be shouting “AMEN” all the way through this post! XD
Today’s reworked fitness post profiles Zumba–it was my very first post about Zumba back in June 2011 when I first started attending classes. Click and find out a beginner’s first impressions of this exercise, which I have now stayed with for almost 3 years!
My personalized PSA about texting and driving got a tidy update today, reformatting and rewriting the material, adding useful links and information, etc. Check out just how dangerous this practice is, and how to avoid actual perilous texting while still keeping up with your messages while driving!
My hilarious post about using bathroom time as thinking time is revamped and ready for viewing–click to read 3 real-life stories of epic problem-solving while, um, otherwise occupied!
Today’s funny-and-accurate insomnia post is completely reworked from its old version; I realized I could replace all the verbose weirdness of the old post with a chart and make it much funnier. Bonus: this redone post even got a new title to show off its new lease on life!
Today’s psychology-based article digs into why I act the way I do in social situations. It was an eye-opener for me to write (and rewrite), and I hope it inspires you to think about your own social coping strategies as well!
Even if you live in the city and rarely see a tree, you’ll still enjoy today’s redone post–take a few minutes and indulge your inner nature-lover!
Today’s post was previously super-heavy and without hope–but I’ve gone back, edited down quite a bit, and put in the hope of escaping loneliness someday. Click to read about how loneliness develops, and how it can shape a life.