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Process Issues

How I get dressed for work Choose an outfit. Search for shoes. Find a pair of shoes that don’t match, but that I want to wear. Try to justify wearing them anyway. Fester and plot while doing hair and makeup. Get dressed. Pick a completely...

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Lent 2012: The Failed Experiment

Once upon a time, I tried to do NaNoWriMo while in my first trimester of pregnancy. It didn’t work. Neither did this (no, I’m not pregnant). I mean, it worked. It’s Easter Morning, and aside from any minor gaming I’ve done while writing about gamification...

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Lent 2012: Worst Idea Ever

Seriously. I spend all week struggling with all the “idle moments” urges to play an app on my phone for 5 minutes. I start twitching at work because of the standard work-related chaos that I usually relieve at the end of the day with a...

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Lent 2012: I take an arrow to the xBox

It’s that time of year again. You can keep your New Year Resolutions. Nobody ever expects to keep them. I’ll take Lent any day. what better time to battle a vice than when “everyone” is suffering through their own challenges alongside you and everyone expects...

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TL4T: When The Hive Mind Panics

Spending time in train stations and crowded convention halls last weekend, I’ve seen the “hive mind” of what’s left of our animal instinct kick in. One person gets up without provocation to stand in line. Then 3, then virtually everyone. Those who stay behind start...

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