Right now, I’m lying in a hospital bed writing this from Methodist Hospital in Park Slope, Brooklyn. I’ve been admitted with pneumonia and have also been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. This facility has gorgeous marble floors, gourmet coffee, great food, a Barnes & Noble adjoined to it and even a
Back in 2011, any girl could masturbate for strangers online and collect mad cash in anonymity. But times have changed. The days of “The Cam Girl Next Door” are dead.
This time of year can be hard for many people. Sometimes we’re so busy helping others that we forget to take care of ourselves. I’ve learned how important self-care is, especially during difficult times like the holidays and recently with the not-my-president-elect. Here are some tips to help you in case
Many people feel like they have less energy in the winter months, and some also experience more anxiety and depression than they typically do in the warm summer months
There is no better way to unload your family holiday baggage than to throw a Friendsgiving Party for all your besties. Especially if you spent the first 25 Thanksgivings of your life gagging down dry turkey and bready stuffing while sitting in an old lady living room full of doilies.
If you are ready to bring a little sugar and spice to this year’s Thanksgiving dinner, here are some not so normal Thanksgiving foods to try.
November is fast approaching and in the nerdy Bay Area that means novel writing season. This is the time of year when National Novel Writing Month-ers attempt the heroic and seemly impossible task of writing the first draft of a 50,000 word novel in a single month. It’s a time when