Hi She Writers!This one is fun -- a fill in the Blank Writing Prompt.Go for it.Can life get easier than a fill-in-the-blank? I do this exercise w/writing groups, so I know it works! Your best friend…Continue
What's the most unlikely thing in your life for which you give genuine and frequent thanks? What surprises you about your gratitude?
We know we should be grateful for whatever health we possess, whatever prosperity we enjoy and whatever cable or streaming devices to which we have access.
Yet, paradoxically, it's at those moments when the universe seems to let us down that we gain our most significant strengths.
In celebration of Thanksgiving, I've picked six items for…Continue
Have personal diets replaced personal philosophies?
Rules of everything from morality to etiquette no longer appear to apply. People will eagerly discuss their open relationships, their dismissal of religion, the fact that they didn't vote, their contempt for handwritten notes and their sexually transmitted diseases.
Yet these same people will also threaten never to speak to you again if you serve them runny eggs, pasteurized milk or any dish where the mashed potatoes have…Continue
Class, like sexual identity, is on a continuum. Just as Benedict Cumberbatch is more feminine than Cameron Diaz, so are members of "Duck Dynasty's" Robertson family — estimated net worth of around $53 million — regarded by many fans as "real working guys" while Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader…Continue
I have cried on all forms of public transportation, including planes, trains, subways, buses and London tubes — I lived in England for several years — and, naturally, I've cried in my car.
Every woman who drives a car has cried in it; why there isn't a permanent tissue holder next to the steering wheel defies understanding and offers evidence for the need of women to be more prominent in STEM fields, particularly in automotive engineering and design.
Subways and tubes are the…Continue