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Category Archives: better thinking
I saw myself in the subway today. Twenty-five or so and Asian and wearing lipstick, but otherwise, me. She was stimming like crazy. People seemed to both avoid and ignore her, giving her twice the personal space of anyone else, … Continue reading
This will give you a headache, but it’s a headache worth getting I think: …The scariest opinion I have heard about this well-done little video is “I think that’s probably accurate, but I don’t want to watch it because I’d … Continue reading
Well, I'll be damned. That's why I say "I'm sorry" too much. In business emails, to friends who see me cry, to total strangers in passing — that's why I do all of that over-apologizing. (Shockingly, it turns out that … Continue reading
Just…wow. O.O Pages and pages and pages…is it making me a better writer, or just giving me an out from hearing critiques that would be useful to me? I don't know, but I've never really found the happy medium … Continue reading
Oo, I think I've solved a big one: The age-old problem (to me) of needing three very specific things from my personal organization software* and process/system, and having them be VERY hard to get in ways that don't interfere with or … Continue reading
Today I randomly figured out that using capitalized passive verbs without subjects* is an elegant and simple way to write a phrase like "our God-given lives" in such a way that it fits with my spiritual understanding (I'm not a theist, … Continue reading