One state has pretty much defied the odds and is on track to eradicate homelessness by 2015. How did they do it? I did some digging and composed a full article on what’s being done by some states to solve the problem of homelessness. I end with some facts and
Listen, I don’t want to talk about this. Bringing up divisive issues like this causes a lot of problems without hope for any solutions. And yet I’m still here. I woke up at 5am this morning, ready to write everything. I didn’t realize that everything would involve an article about a
I wasn’t sure, so I spoke with Liza Donnelly, a cartoonist for the New Yorker on the Thriveworks Podcast. Her new book is called “Women on Men,” and she was gracious enough to answer some of my ridiculous questions about how humor can (hopefully) help men and women understand each
I originally wrote this post on Moviepilot. Summing this movie trailer up in one sentence is ridiculously doable. Unfortunately, I want you to actually read this before you click away and do something productive, so let’s get started on breaking down Edge of Tomorrow. Our star is none other than Tom
If I make the statement that “Inequality” is one of the most pervasive issues of our time, then most of you will probably agree. It seems like everyone is always talking about inequality politics, especially when it comes to race, gender and income. Now, if you’re like me, then talking
For the past few months, I’ve been experimenting with an up-and-coming writing platform called Draft. It’s a nifty application that you can use on your desktop to compose anything from blog articles to technical copy. And guess what? It has made my writing tangibly better. I even have evidence.
“I just need to find myself right now.” “Gosh, I guess I just haven’t found myself yet.” “I can’t do this thing that’s expected of me because I need to find myself.” Anyone else absolutely hate the concept of “finding yourself?”