My biweekly newsletter is coming so easily to me. I guess ranting comes naturally to me.
Travelling by myself is difficult. I need to figure out how to get from the airport to the hostel. That’s my last hurdle. #peacecorpslife
To wrap up the Distraction December Tech Tips, I thought I’d offer something you might find useful for wowing your friends this coming New Years. What’s a party without music? What’s a good party without someone to DJ the music? If you’re like me, then you can’t stand when the music gets interrupted because someone wants to switch between your finely crafted playlist from your own library of music so they can play a song on YouTube, which you don’t have on your computer. What Continue reading →
I guess I can be considered Hoi Polloi (noun: the common people; the masses (often preceded by the )). Can you find me on Tarasloane.com? I met Tara back at the end of October. She was on a trip to find herself and to transition between lives. She and Jeramie were good friends back in high school and they decided to catch up in Ukraine. We had a good time together, despite Tara being a Gopher.
Worst part about writing the next American novel? Typing up all the words you wrote by hand because you have better focus writing that way.
Maybe I should start tweeting more. Maybe I should start wearing pants more. #midtwentieslifecrisis
Did I make you proud, Dad?
I only had one class today. Didn’t know lessons were shortened until I got to school–late.
I bet you’re sitting on your (furniture) now reading (piece of writing). You look at your (noun) and see that the sky is (adjective). “(exclamation),” you think to yourself, “I’ve forgotten to (household chore verb) the laundry.” But you don’t care because you have more important things to do, like read (subject of this email). In continuation with the Distraction December Tech Tips, this week I want to (re)introduce you do the wonders of mad libs. Not only are they a great way to keep Continue reading →
I want to go to India because that’s where people go to find themselves. -Sasha, 8th grade