Most of the time, this blog’s content comes at the expense of my sanity. That’s why I write about travel so often. After nearly missing a flight due to spontaneous arts and crafts and then actually missing a flight for taking too long to drink tea, I’ve come to regard any travelling with trepidation. This … More Downtown Detroit Doing Me Dirty
While I do know someone who successfully networked herself a job through ridesharing, all I’ve gotten out of Uber and Lyft are lightly traumatizing stories I can tell at parties, or in more intimate settings like my darkly lit bedroom where I overshare to a few thousand strangers online. In a Lyft car, I’ve been … More Ridesharing: The New “Cheap” Thrill
Possibly one of the reasons I have trust issues is that I once tried to save a carpenter ant off the passenger window of a car and the insect took a bite out of my wrist. My philosophy for dealing with bugs is typically one of “do no harm”—last year, I roomed with a couple … More How to Take a Life When You’re a Coward
I have an in-progress ranking of situations that make me want to fast-forward my slow march into oblivion. Before yesterday, speaking to customer service fell somewhere between getting pantsed in public and having to walk toward a passing acquaintance from opposite ends of a deserted hallway, unable to decipher when to acknowledge the other person. … More Good Customer Service Or In A Simulation?