Diagnosis: A Mild Hoax

On March 8th I went home on my lunch break and took a full hour nap. On a March 10th my throat burned when I breathed, and I started coughing. The cough was deep, and felt like your knees do when you fall and scrape them on cement. I worked the full day used the … Continue reading Diagnosis: A Mild Hoax

Facebook Ads in the Time of COVID

I’m not a huge fan of Facebook, it’s filled with things like my mom’s former coworkers posting confusingly sourced, rage filled anti-hippie nonsense and my former coworkers requesting civility in Jesus’s name while posting “informal polls” that could insight violence, if not for the incantation. It’s a great place to find things to spend money … Continue reading Facebook Ads in the Time of COVID

Things It’s Okay to Cry About In Isolation

In real life, I’m a stone cold emotionally constipated bitch. This is a fact that I’ve known for a long time and sadly I haven’t the wherewithal nor the disposable income to fix this (thanks Sallie Mae). We’re in unprecedented times, which I think, given what I’ve seen in the traditional and social medias, is … Continue reading Things It’s Okay to Cry About In Isolation

Still alone: What Happens After a Two Week Quarantine

My two weeks have come and gone. Some dude name James is bringing me groceries tonight, my 16th night of my 16th day with no real human contact. Don’t worry, because I was sick during the panic buying that probably infected you with the same chest cracking disease, I will run out of toilet paper … Continue reading Still alone: What Happens After a Two Week Quarantine

Good Touch, Bad Touch because You Need Another Post about COVID-19

Just to keep tabs: home alone for 8 days now, 3 days working from home, 17 hours since my last fever disappeared, 5 potatoes roasted, 2 cups of coffee (since I’ve been confined, not today, I’m not a barista). Now that you know that I have reached the end of my rope, I thought I’d … Continue reading Good Touch, Bad Touch because You Need Another Post about COVID-19

A Week Alone: Getting through Isolation…Some More

It has been a full week since I’ve had a conversation with someone in person. And I cried today, because it’s only Wednesday. And I haven’t exercised in 10 days because breathing air hurts. But it’s too early for rock deep in your guts depression. So how do you deal? You can always educate yourself. … Continue reading A Week Alone: Getting through Isolation…Some More

Surviving COVID-19: A Guide Living in Your Home

The US has finally started to take this little global pandemic seriously. Basketball has been canceled, some dude in Tennessee thought he’d make a buck is sitting on more hand sanitizer and Sami-wipes than all of the hospitals East of the Mississippi River, schools are closed, and you can only torturous one-ply toilet paper. You’re … Continue reading Surviving COVID-19: A Guide Living in Your Home

Never Play Second Fiddle: a Guide to Living a Music Based Life

I recently had the delight of dinner with my father, brother and nephew, we went to a very dive-y little place that served the best chicken fried chicken I’ve had as an adult. I’m only telling you this because I know my brother doesn’t read this and I’ll be damned if he finds out that … Continue reading Never Play Second Fiddle: a Guide to Living a Music Based Life

Heartbreak Renewed: Dealing with the an Ex Moving On

Since the advent of the social media, our lord and savior, we’ve had the joy of keeping track of everything from the comfort of our asses. We no longer need high school reunions to find out who has done who and how the ambitious of the teenaged set have faired as adults. We’ve used to … Continue reading Heartbreak Renewed: Dealing with the an Ex Moving On