please don’t mind the tumbleweeds

I have a lot of stuff sitting in my drafts, a bunch of voice memos on my phone, and so much happening off-screen. I have been thinking about a post about why I’m over trying to look cool on the internet, but in the time I could use to do that, I’ve been, you know, doing… Continue reading please don’t mind the tumbleweeds


while you wait for the return of “serial”

No secret to youse guys that I was deeply into Serial season one, and I am very much looking forward to the recently announced seasons next fall and spring. I am also really into true crime, generally, and have gone down many an internet rabbit hole. (Websleuths. It’s a crazy place.) Here are five places to get your… Continue reading while you wait for the return of “serial”

my audio bookshelf [june 2015]

Y’all know I love podcasts. I have close to 40 on rotation right now, and that is after a recent purge… In addition to my stalwarts like Radiolab, PCHH and other NPR offerings, anything/everything Grantland, and some more recent additions like Invisibilia, Fountains of Carrots, and This Inspired Life, here is what has been added to… Continue reading my audio bookshelf [june 2015]

cutting through the internet clutter

I easily fall into having a diet full of garbage, both my actual diet and my media diet. I recently listened to a book that had some good takeaways, one of which was setting themes for 90 days at a time, like fiscal quarters. I decided in early April that my quarterly theme is “Cut the Clutter.”… Continue reading cutting through the internet clutter

media consumption of march 2015

Here’s a little breakdown of what I’ve been mainlining lately! And so also… all I’ve been talking about lately. In addition to this being my occasional Fives Faves post, my friend Joyce has also launched her “Best Friends Link-Up” today, where she is sharing the links she would usually just send to a friend. Appropriately, I… Continue reading media consumption of march 2015

five favorites: the summer polar vortex and “little lamps”

(This photo has nothing to do with this post, I just thought this tiled wall was pretty at dinner the other night.) 1. Summer Polar Vortex You remember the polar vortex this winter? I was not into it then, but when the summer polar vortex drops the weather from the mid-nineties to the low-eighties, I… Continue reading five favorites: the summer polar vortex and “little lamps”