I'm hosting a Zoom call with some friends to take civic action together. This is the list that we're working from -- join us!
I'm really scared of public speaking, but it's gotten better over the years. This post has a list of things that have helped me manage and reduce the panic.
I've been making lots of spreadsheets! Are they actually helpful or am I just procrastinating? ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
You can use this planner for any kind of activism, civic engagement, or change-making. I hope it helps you find focus and momentum!
A list of things that have helped me through the last half of 2021, and a list of things I want to try in 2022.
It's important that we vote with our dollars when we can, but the message only goes one way, the signal is limited and unclear, and it costs money. Fortunately, we can also talk to companies directly. For example, I recently cancelled my web hosting subscription* via live chat, and I used the opportunity to talk about … Continue reading Vote with Your Customer Support Request
~IN PROGRESS~ I've been playing a lot of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. It's really fun to just roam around and gather ingredients for cooking. And by "gather" I mean I clear out every mushroom, nut, flower, fruit, animal that doesn't run away from me in the forest. One day I was bombing all the … Continue reading The World Is Your Loot
Burnout: The Secret to Unlocking the Stress Cycle by Emily and Amelia Nagoski What is it? "Self-help for feminists"Rating: 🔥🔥🔥🔥🤷🏻♀️ (because sometimes the BFF tone was just too much)burnoutbook.net Burnout explains the biology of stress and acknowledges the social pressures that lead to burnout. It says that just because a stressor is gone, doesn't mean … Continue reading The New Hotness: Burnout
It pains me to switch over to WordPress.com instead of self-hosting, but it is time for me to let go of tinkering with CSS & PHP! We've only got 9 years left to avoid climate catastrophe & I should be learning about sustainability management and community building. This blog is going to be part of … Continue reading Hello WordPress.com!