So you’ve decided what online dating apps to use. Now you need to create the perfect online dating profile. Don’t worry. I’ve got you. While each app and dating site has different profile requirements, the same basic rules apply, no matter where you’re looking for love.
So here’s the deal. I’m super Type A. I love to plan ahead. I don’t love surprises (unless I’m throwing someone else a surprise party!). So I was as surprised as anyone when, out of the blue, I booked a trip to Japan for 10 days.
Have you been wondering where my January book reviews are? Yeah, me too. I did a fair amount of reading in January, but not quite enough to finish any one book.
To be honest, I’ve had a hard time convincing myself to do much reading lately. I feel more like going out with friends, watching TV, or working, rather than curling up with a book. So this wasn’t a month for extra-long literary works. Instead I gravitated toward easy reads that just kept me turning the page.
So it’s been a month since Inauguration Day and the Women’s March on Washington. Yeesh. It feels more like a year. In the first few weeks post-Inauguration, I burned myself out. I was marching every weekend, calling my senators every chance I got, and staring at Twitter every waking moment. I’ve been politically engaged and active in electoral politics for as long as I can remember, but I’m new to activism, and have found myself unsure how to be effective since the Women’s March. Something had to change, so I reached out to a friend to get some advice on activism.
As a huge Parks and Recreation fan, Galentine’s Day is one of my favorite holidays. For those of you who are new to this holiday, I’m going to let Leslie Knope, inventor of Galentine’s Day, break it down for you.