The idea of political correctness (PC as many have come to abbreviate it) is not anything new. The civil rights movements in the 1960s and 1970s were all about trying to remove the gender and racial bias that is inherent in our society. From these tough times came some positive actions — things that I and my children can benefit from — but with the push for acceptance and tolerance, has today’s society taken it too far?
Exactly 12 years ago today, I gave birth to a beautiful baby girl. Unlike my first child, she was on time. Well, sort-of. My midwife was concerned about the increasing protein counts in my urine, showing signs that my kidneys were shutting down. I was referred to the maternity unit at the hospital. The specialist […]
I have started so many posts for this week and found myself deleting them. For whatever reason, they were so negative. I have so many things floating around in this mind, so many thoughts. It’s sometimes really hard to put it all down in words that are actually palatable.
That’s right, folks. At the moment, I’m lost for words.
So instead of trying to drive myself insane to come up with the perfect post, I’ve decided that it’s time to send out a few links to my favourite posts from recent times.
Read on, my dear readers. You won’t be disappointed.
Well, the latest episode of Conversations in Science has now aired, and it was LIVE. OMG, I can’t believe I even agreed to doing that. I felt like I was constantly rambling — but what’s done is done. This month’s topic: The Science March, Scientist and the True Pursuit of Knowledge.
Due to recent changed in JetPack and the Legacy WordPress Subscriptions, conflicts have arisen with my mailing list on Mailchimp and the optin forms that I use. As such, I will no longer be supporting the legacy subscriptions on my blog. If you received this message with the branded header (complete with a little signature […]
It has been a long time in the works, but finally it’s happening. Check out the new cover for “Hidden Traps: A Writer’s Guide to Protecting Your Online Platform” by Judy L Mohr, to be released August 1st, 2017.
In a post last year, I spoke about the term aspiring writer and how it’s a term that I dislike. Back then, I had this wonderful circular argument about how if you write, then you are a writer — no aspiring about it. Regardless, I still see an insane number of people who insist on calling themselves aspiring […]
Some of my followers will already know that I have recently moved my email list to MailChimp, moving away from the WordPress engine for this particular feature. At the time I made the move, I had left certain WordPress features active, so my followers who had subscribed via their WordPress accounts could still get notification […]
It weird how an experience with an iPhone and an alarm can make one think. When exactly did touch become non-tactile?