Cat Updates and Last Week in General

When we last left Heller & Wallace they’d just started getting out from under the bed & showing me love. Then as of this morning we had a successful escape in which we found out these Slender Bois can in

I’m Trying! – My Hands at eBay!

Alright, friends. It’s happening. After talking about it for literally over five years (yikes!), and moving my resell pile from our apartment to our home, and from our NY apartment to storage… to our home, I’m going for it. I’m

Another Gem for The Day

“I accept my emotions and I allow them to serve their purpose.” – Tiana Major9

That’s all, that’s the whole post.

Elizabeth Holmes Andrea Circle Bear Diana Sanchez If your feminism doesn’t acknowledge how gender based oppression is compounded with racial subjugation, then equality is not what you’re really about. That’s all.

For Messy Girls

“Then of course there’s the gender piece of the way that I was shamed for just living in chaos all the time. Because there is this idea, and this is why I’m such a good feminist, because I’m such a

The Truth in Black and White: An Apology from the Kansas City Star

So yesterday the Kansas City Star shared a monumental piece, the first of many they hope. This is how it began: Today we are telling the story of a powerful local business that has done wrong. For 140 years, it

4 Years.

Today makes year 4 since my sister Amanda (the OG Dr. Wise Money) committed suicide. Today I’ve made my bed, put away laundry, organized my spare closet, and taken a bath. Later I’m going to paint my nails for the

Some People President Trump Has Granted Executive Clemency

Hi, did you watch the last presidential debate? If so, do you remember when Biden said Trump might have granted clemency to 20 something individuals but the Obama administration granted clemency to over a thousand people? Well I heard that

From The Guardian Interview with Paul Butler, Author of “Chokehold: Policing Black Men” (Aug 11, 2017)

“The jury took less than 10 minutes to acquit me. But the experience made a man out of me. It made a black man out of me.” -Paul Butler on his experience getting arrested, read the whole interview here. To

From Whistling Vivaldi: How Stereotypes Affect Us and What We Can Do by Claude M. Steele

How easy it is to ignite human bias. Nothing special about the perpetrator or the victim is required. Ordinary human functioning–maintaining one’s self-esteem–is enough.

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