If My Kid Can Go Nut-Free, So Can Yours

My son ate peanut butter all day every day during the summer, but now that he’s back to school in a nut-free environment, he has given up his beloved peanut butter for 6.5 hours a day, and the world has continued to spin.

My Hair Has a Mind of Its Own

My hair became impossibly thick. I started getting teased in grade school as the adorable curls morphed into some curls, some shag carpeting.

I Got Important Work Done Today

I did nothing today. I had plans. I had responsibilities. I have articles to write, and things to clean. I have lists and chores and things to get to. But I did none of them.

Depression is Hard

I’d love to go for a work out, but you see, it seems getting out of bed is going to require all of my energy today. Depression is hard.

Stop Calling Me Brave

If doing anything “regular” people do while fat is brave, then that means there is something shameful about being fat.