If you’ve been following this blog at all (which I’m sure you haven’t but maybe you will now) you know that in the gnu wrrld order I live in (and many others) it’s a completely different setup. You have to be able to change quickly and easily whether you have the skills or practice to… Continue reading How to Get There From Here (Part 1)
I normally do all of my book shopping at Amazon.com, so I rarely find myself browsing the shelves of my local indie bookseller but a slew of rainy days recently found me doing just that. And boy was I in for a shocking surprise. It started innocently enough as I perused the selections in the… Continue reading Do Bookstores Hate Women?
What an inspiring Super Bowl game last night. The Colts were a much better team, imo: bigger, stronger, faster, and more experienced. But the Saints still found a way to win. And that’s the thing. There are plenty of Goliaths out there…..plenty of big, strong, invincible opponents that you simply cannot beat — but that… Continue reading birds and the Brees
Looks like my job hunt strategy of applying for jobs in my field that are listed online and really do exist is just not going to bear any fruit. I mean, I can’t even get an interview from a college in Cleveland. How many people with M.Ed. degrees in Instructional Design could there possibly be… Continue reading where to from here?
I think the other key to keeping the food bill low and the time spent in the kitchen to a manageable level is to focus on simpler fare. I’m not one of those people who considers spending hours and hours whipping up culinary concoctions a fun thing. I like good food, I like to make… Continue reading keepin’ it quick
yahoo, finally got my grocery bill down to $50 a week, something which took me years to be able to do but is actually really easy. simply cut out those trips to Whole Foods and the specialty grocers (the Asian and Indian groceries in my case), buy more or less the same foods each week… Continue reading finally got the grocery bill down
I thought Seattle would be a bigger version of Portland but looks like I’m wrong about that. Why does it have the reputation of being this sustainable haven for bicycle lovers and vegans? what’s with all the pavement? Couldn’t they take down an apartment complex or two and put some grass in for people to… Continue reading back from Seattle