Today I visited a Genetic Counselor. Yes, that's a job. I found out only 5-10% of cancers are hereditary. Wait. WHAT? I don't know about you, but I've been walking around assuming that as long as I didn't smoke, didn't eat asbestos, and my parents didn't have cancer, I'd be fine. That's a lie. According … Continue reading Lets talk about Cancer
Americans like to enjoy our freedoms. It's one of the things that sets us apart from the rest of the world. But what if it isn't so great? What if some of us feel like America is a game of dodge ball, and we are loosing? All these freedoms we love so much...providing allowances for … Continue reading Democrazy
Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.comFor a long time, I've said that any job you can do from home is worth twice what you get paid to do it. Let me explain. Get out a pen & paper and total this up: How much do you spend on gas, car payments, car insurance, car maintenance, work … Continue reading Why I quit my job
Before now, I didn’t fully buy into the whole “take down the patriarchy” thing. I thought it was a little overblown. That is, until I started learning how modern womanhood burdens got started. Did you know Lysol was first marketed as a douche?! Yes, I call them burdens. I know this is a matter of opinion. … Continue reading Someone get me a mug
This is the year I started substitute teaching. I hadn't participated in a public school classroom since 1997. That's 21 years. When I was a senior in high school, we took one class on typing on a computer keyboard attached with a cord to a large hard drive (yes, without looking), and another class on … Continue reading Have you been in a classroom lately?