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?
Well, do you?
“Every morning, I have my cup of tea. And that tea is my yoga.”
Let’s be real: there is a lot of overlap between classroom management and office management.
Travel is in my blood. But it doesn’t give me meaning.
What makes a person a Bostonian? What is needed to say that you are a part of this city?
Reality is never what you imagined it would be. Sometimes it’s better. Sometimes it’s worse. And sometimes it’s just different.
Now, do not get me wrong: this show got silly in its last few seasons.
Yesterday morning, I got the email I had been waiting for since last year: the list of novels that made it past the first round of Amazon’s Breakthrough Novel Award contest had been put up.