Don’t put off that girls’ weekend. Ah, I miss girls’ weekends.
The world looks different when you’re speaking a second language. This is a super-fascinating read. If you speak any other language, or like me, live in a foreign country and live your life in a foreign language, you might relate to this! Do you feel like a different person when you operate in another language? Do you feel like you talk/write differently? I’d love your input!!
I love Sarah’s idea: A new birthday tradition we should all try. I have to remember to do this in March.
We (women) all have these kinds of stories and it’s not okay and here’s the thing all women do that you don’t know about. If you’re a woman, do you agree? If you’re a male reader (do I have any?), did you know?
This article might create a bit of push-back and I am not posting this to offend anyone, but I think there is a lot of truth in this article. I agree that this article is written in a very provocative voice and speaks directly to a certain group of people (and I wish it was a bit less ‘labeling’), but the truth is that it’s a huge misconception (and unfair) to think that people (me!) that support a woman’s right to choose are pro-abortion. There is no such thing. We support the right of every woman to make the best (albeit difficult) decision for their current situation. But if you claim to be pro-life than for Peet’s sake, be pro-EVERYBODY’s-life, not just the life of the unborn.
While I love having face-to-face interaction with friends, I still agree: internet friends are real friends. I have met a lot of my friends over the Internet and these relationships are all very important to me.
Lessons in the delicate art of confronting offensive speech. Here you go, learn a thing or two.
The ultimate guide to not being a shitty human. You’re welcome.