Category: Living Well


The Problem With Outrage Culture

You can’t consume any media now without facing an onslaught of outrage. Short, punchy headlines are designed to elicit emotion and disapproval at the same time they encourage commenting and sharing. It leaves us...


What We Gain From Reading Fiction

Its a “snow day” in the ATL today. That means that the temperatures may dip below freezing and the cold rain may solidify into ice or snow. In an an abundance of caution (and...


Freedom of Information

It’s been a rough week. I keep telling myself that things will settle down. Yet those things never seem to get the message. I’m usually the strong one. But right now, I’m feeling pretty...


A Gentle Reminder Would Have Been Preferable

I’ve done it again this year. I’ve let work consume me. Becoming more focused on what needs to get done than on the people I’m doing it for. And as always, life has a...


Changing the Reflection in the Mirror

On the day after I was left, I looked in the mirror. I saw a woman who had been discarded. Thoughtlessly thrown away like some worn-out or unfashionable sneakers. Good enough to be walked...

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