“You can’t just turn on creativity like a faucet. You have to be in the right mood. What mood is that? Last-minute panic.” ― Bill Watterson I have always been a procrastinator. Despite the utterly preventable anxiety and stress that inevitably comes from working at the last minute, I don’t think I could be convinced
I may have mentioned this in passing, but this week my children have no school. It’s mid-term break, and Tuesday was Chulalongkorn Day. It would be nearly impossible to have the girls home for nine days straight, so I needed to find a way to entertain them. Many preschools advertise weeklong camps, in-lieu of school,
I remember how shocked I was when I learned how much childcare would cost us. Daycare for the two girls was about as much as our mortgage per month – and we weren’t alone. This article from Yahoo! Finance is one of many that describe the daycare situation around 2015 when my kids were born.
The desynchronosis, or jet lag, is hitting one of the kids really hard. Desynchronosis is so much more fun to say compared to jet lag; I think I may stick with that one. What this means is that I’ve been awake since about 1:00 a.m. EST with my kid who slept from about 2:00 in
I haven’t been blogging for very long, and there are still many aspects of this that I have yet to figure out – like so many. It’s overwhelming to consider building a site (that someone wants to visit) from the ground up, and everything that goes with it. So it becomes convenient to hold back
Dating these days; it is no easy feat. Finding the right app to suit your romantic preferences, crafting a profile that is a fitting presentation to the world, matching with someone who doesn’t suffer from severe halitosis or isn’t a serial killer, I’m not entirely sure how you single people do it. And yet… here