Reading List: The Big Sleep, by Raymond Chandler

Reading List: The Big Sleep, by Raymond Chandler

Meeting new people is hard when you don’t have something inherently in common. And since we moved an hour away from my best mom friends at the beginning of June, it’s been really hard to meet people! So when my new local mom group talked about starting a book club, I, currently being the unemployed […]

Reading List: The Man Without a Face: The Unlikely Rise of Vladimir Putin, by Masha Gessen

In light of recent events (my polite way of saying “this lunatic administration and their bullshit persecution of the most vulnerable members of American society”), I’ve been particularly interested in political literature. Not able to stomach anything directly about our Imbecile in Chief, I chose to read up on one of his idols, Vladimir Putin. […]

Summer Veggie Kick

Summer Veggie Kick

Fresh sweet corn, tomatoes, and squash are in pretty much every summer recipe I cook. I don’t think it’s by design, but it’s just what sounds good in summertime. Oh, and they’re on sale! The other night I made baked shrimp, sausage, red potatoes, and corn on the cob with Old Bay seasoning. It was […]

Wannabe Weekend Warriors

When I was a kid, as I was loading up my plate of food at dinner time, my mom would always warn me that my eyes were bigger than my tummy. Every single time, I rolled those big eyes, andĀ almost every time, she was right, and I’d end up wasting a bunch of food. Although, […]

Career Center Services

Career Center Services

Wow! After a mandatory 8:30am meeting today (which, TBH, I may have been dreading since I got the letter in the mail a week ago), I’m pleasantly surprised with the local Career Center and the services they offer. The first part of the workshop was a short 30 minute presentation on the services offered, and […]