It doesn’t matter to me who you vote for or what you believe, as long as you don’t vote for Trump. :)
A week or so ago, I found myself accidentally playing the Sims.
No one can hold me accountable for my power. I must impose self-regulation or become saturated in the power that I have grown into.
So, after last week’s post, I thought it might be good to give an update on the progress I’ve made on uncovering the root of my constant stress.
A quote from Reuters on the Prop 1 debate that raged in Austin this week: “On-demand ride companies have spent millions of dollars ahead of a Saturday vote to overturn a measure mandating fingerprinting for their drivers in Austin, Texas, a sign they are willing to play hardball politics with cities pursuing such requirements.
Campaign finance records show that Ridesharing Works for Austin, a lobby group financed almost exclusively by Uber Technologies Inc [UBER.UL] and Lyft, had collected more than $8 million in contributions and spent $5.4 million in opposition of the fingerprint ordinance as of the end of April.
In contrast, the group backing fingerprinting had spent about $83,000 of its $100,000 in campaign contributions, the records show.”
As an extrovert, and a weirdo, I tend to meet some interesting people. When I meet them, I like to get as much of their perspective as I can on file before our paths diverge. Recently, I met a self-proclaimed vampire who gave me some killer advice on how to overcome procrastination. Below is the convo for your entertainment.
The earth we walk on once contained many more secrets. It wasn’t just rich with nitrogen, oil, metals, salt, precious stones, and other natural byproducts of a spinning molten core of iron hanging in space near a moderately warm star.
I recently read an article about crying that brought to light an old point I’d cooked up. I’ve spent a lot of time trying to reframe feminine traits that the patriarchy has vilified. The subtle inculcations of at a male-based society can seem quite benign at first, then dastardly pernicious.
For those who would love to see this gorgeous city but have little time or enthusiasm to plan, I am starting a new series geared just towards you. It’s called “Do This Then That” and is exactly as simple as it sounds. I’ll compile lists that encapsulate the best pairing of what Austin has to offer (complete with added costs) so that you can just come HowCanOne and start living your best life.
I originally wrote this for International Women’s Day 2015, but in honor of Women’s Equality Day 2016, I’m going to suck it up and post this piece of writing. I’ve been afraid to share my thoughts on this subject for years, false visions of my male readers leaving me behind, never to hear my words again. But my words are not for them, or even for you. They are for me, and for women, and for us.