The whole concept of smartphone addiction, or an unhealthy reliance on any technology, is unfair when applied indiscriminately to the population as a whole.
Don't get me wrong, I also love people and the way they touch my life -- they have the unique ability to lift me from the depths of despair, but in this moment -- as I write this post -- I absolutely hate people.
On Monday my Op-Ed was published in the Los Angeles Times! In the last several months I have had the pleasure of working with editors at some pretty brag-worthy publications, though with the LA Times I can't help but devote an entire blog post to my bragging. Shameless, I know. For those who missed it,... Continue Reading →
I clicked through her photos again. And there we were -- our eyes closed, shrouded by the sun, kissing each other.
Progressing toward standing and getting out of bed again has been one of the hardest things I've ever done -- harder than deadlifting three times my body weight.
*Disclaimer: the following is a post featuring my opinions and research I've done. I'm not a medical professional or any kind of professional. Well, I'm really good at blankly staring off in the distance. Does that count? I recently came across an AP news report on IV "bars," and how seemingly healthy people use them... Continue Reading →
Lately, I've been trying to sit-up without help at least once a day. Some days it's just not possible, but on good days I've been able to pivot my body and hang my legs off the bed. Because it is on risers, however, my feet cannot touch the ground and I have to use the... Continue Reading →