During this morning’s procrastination blog reading, I ran across one blogger’s description of the cluttery, crafty, Christmasy mess that filled her home over the weekend. Then I looked around our place, and this is what I saw:
For almost two years, I’ve been reading what I call the house blogs: People blogging about fixing up their houses. There are all kinds of them, and they overlap with some other categories–DIY decoration blogs, craft blogs, lifestyle blogs that feature a lot of DIY projects. I started reading them because I was fixing up(…)
Disclaimer: I am sometimes snarky. Often times snobbish. It’s a character defect for sure. It’s also part of who I am. I’m guessing that some of that will come across in this post. I want to be true to who I am, but I also don’t really mean to offend anyone. My intent is to(…)
In high school, I was a cheerleader. I tend not to share that too much these days (mostly because I don’t much appreciate the snorts of laughter that usually follow my revelation), but I’m sharing it here because it’s relevant to today’s post topic: clothing. One of the main attractions of cheerleading for me was(…)
In case you were wondering, Cane isn’t an evolutionary biologist, a neurologist, a psychologist, or any kind of -ist that makes him an authority on why we behave as we do. So, his post on exercise is just a layman’s attempt to make some sense of widespread behavior, using common knowledge of evolution, sports, and(…)
Can you really just do it? (exercise) Why tae bo and aerobics went the way of big hair and parachute pants
I’ll admit it. I’m allergic to exercise. I actually think everyone is. My theory is that it’s evolutionary; we haven’t evolved to be good at exercise because we haven’t been doing it long enough.