What I’ve Been Reading – 3/15/2020

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez On Her Catholic Faith and the Urgency of Criminal Justice Reform | America An Unintended Consequence | UCSB The Current A Recipe for Connection | Tablet Fencing: The Perfect Sport for Women | Her Campus at MSU How a Donkey Became My Running Partner | The New York Times Podcast Gives SBCC StaffContinue reading “What I’ve Been Reading – 3/15/2020”

November 2018

It’s been a minute since I gave NaNoWriMo a whirl.  Goals: Voting! Read Invisible, Akata Witch, and Hey Ladies. Finish the TAZ Mystery Puzzle Box. Send some Thanksgiving* gratitude cards. Write thru NaNoWriMo. Continue half marathon training (I am doing Santa to Sea on December 5). Looking ahead to: Kaytlyn visiting over Thanksgiving! I’ve longContinue reading “November 2018”

What I Read Last Week – 4/18/18

  Peach Scone – Hobo Johnson & The LoveMakers What Happens When You Track Your Boyfriend | Wired In the Eugenics Era, Mexican American Women Were Prime Targets of Sterilization in California | KPCC On one of L.A.’s Steepest Streets, An App-Driven Frenzy of Spinouts, Confusion and Crashes |Los Angeles Times The Royal Wedding: FrequentlyContinue reading “What I Read Last Week – 4/18/18”

2018 Goals and January Goals

We have a bit of catching up today. I have so many words to share with you. My employer was closed from December 23 – January 1 for a combination building maintance/holiday break, so I traveled home to New Jersey for the first extended time since I moved to California (nearly!) a year ago. ThatContinue reading “2018 Goals and January Goals”

What I Read Last Week:

I did this to me — We are our own worst enemies The Falling Man | Esquire (re: related to the 9/11 Attacks) Comedian Phoebe Robinson’s Grub Street Diet | New York Magazine Papa’s Not a Rolling Stone: Low-Income Men and their Children | The American Prospect An Open Letter to the Fastest Jogger inContinue reading “What I Read Last Week:”

What I Read Last Week:

Making mountains out of trail markers | NPR (re: Things that I didn’t know had names) Librarian-hosted radio show earns recognition | Nanaimo News Bulletin Beat mental roadblocks on the run | Runner’s World Bridging the experience gap | Cecily Walker The hall of fame speech Junior Seau’s daughter couldn’t give | New York Times

What I Read Last Week:

The World Is… – Invalid Litter Dept. (ATDI Cover) Adventures of a comic book newbie: Talk to me about writing/pencils/ink/colors/letter | Panels Nicholas Hilton breaks course record at Rock ‘n’ Roll Savannah Marathon | Competitor (LHU alum!) Valerie Jarrett, The Obama Whisperer | New Republic What a library levy means to a West Virgina townContinue reading “What I Read Last Week:”

What I Read Two-Weeks Ago:

via Our Valued Customers Home economics: The line between work-life balance and income equality | The Atlantic Giant penguin fossil shows bird was taller than most humans | The Guardian ‘Gluten Free’ label now actually means gluten free | Time Young Abby checks in [Comic] | Junior Scientist Power Hour 888,246 ceramic poppies surround theContinue reading “What I Read Two-Weeks Ago:”

What I Read Last Week:

Sizing down on food waste: what’s the worst thing to toss | NPR Researchers find first sign that tyrannosaurs hunted in packs | The Guardian “Jesus Loves Winners”: how “Drop Dead Gorgeous” found cult success as a flop | Buzzfeed In tracking bats, it helps to find them adorable | NPR 10 gardening myths that’llContinue reading “What I Read Last Week:”

What I Read Last Week:

“Plunder the lox” – line of the year, via ESPN. What I Read Last Week: Mapping Pennsylvania’s Historic Roller Coasters | WESA Of Farmers and Fathers | The Rumpus A Brief History of the Running Shoe | Runner’s World I didn’t read a lot last week; I was busy: