Even if you only do it once in your life, take a moment to genuinely question why you think the things you do.
I’m the type of arachnophobic where just seeing a spider can send my autonomic nervous system into a tailspin.
Perhaps its time we start seeing depression in the same light as cancer.
We’re gutted by the loss of this incredible and gifted person. But we’re gutted even further by the possible cause of death: suicide.
Right now Market Basket is in a completely unprecedented situation. Shelves are unstocked. Food products are not being delivered. Employees and customers alike are picketing and protesting. And board members are scrambling.
I’ve stopped calling adult females, “girls”.
Being a “curvy” model has almost always worked to my detriment.
As writers, we are so used to this type of cataloging. But I’m here to say that it’s time to drop that label.
This one breaks down why correcting someone who says, “I’m good,” when asked how they are is completely incorrect — both from a grammarian standpoint, and from a human standpoint. Because — really — even if saying “I’m good,” was grammatically incorrect, is it necessary to interrupt a person’s conversation to correct them?
Y’know, with the stuff, and the trends, and the things?