So here’s an analogy to explain my two cents about #OscarsSoWhite and the whole boycott thing … if a candy dispenser has 90 red jellybeans and 10 yellow jellybeans, are you really going to be surprised if the first 20 jellybeans you get are red? Are you going to get mad at the candy dispenser… Continue reading Why the Oscars Boycott Makes No Sense to Me
It’s taken me a while, but I finally have the time to thank Mary Pamela for nominating me for this wonderful award! It really took me by surprise to get this award, and I am so grateful for the time that Mary Pamela has spent reading my blog and including me in her awards circle 🙂 Now… Continue reading Why the Blogosphere is Great
It’s a good day when my boobs protrude farther than my belly.
Since it’s the start of a new year, I thought it might be good to revisit the question of why I write this blog. Actually, scratch that, I’m going to visit that question for the first time because I realized that I just jumped right into publishing posts without first taking the time to explain… Continue reading Why I Blog
I recently read this transcription of a TED talk about happiness and I absolutely loved it. It was one of those things that made me feel good about the way I live my life. But it’s probably a bit like watching the movie Garden State – some people see it as a rallying cry and others… Continue reading What Makes Us Happy
A few years ago, I came up with a theory about why people choose to enter doctoral programs in psychology. I’ve floated this theory past many psychologists that I’ve met at school and work, and so far nobody has disagreed with me or been able to add to it. If you’re a psychologist, know a… Continue reading Why People Become Psychologists