Author Archives: Zer
Deep into the work week the world can start to weigh heavily on you. Thankfully, there’s days like today to help snap you out of it. Today, in case you were curious, is Winnie the Pooh Day.
In honor of A.A. Milne’s birthday we celebrate everyone’s favorite chubby little cubby (and Eeyore, and Kanga, and Roo, and Rabbit, and Piglet, and there’s Owl, and Tigger too). This willy, nilly, silly old bear may be a staple of childhood, but there’s nothing childish about him. He’s stuffed with fluff and lessons about life. Read the rest of this entry
Happy National Nothing Day! That’s National Nothing Day as in the celebration of “nothing,” or the absence of something, not as in there’s nothing that happens today.
I realize that might have just added to any confusion. We live in a world where “nothing” seems to have disappeared. Thanks to smart phones and the onslaught of instant entertainment everywhere, the peace and quiet of doing nothing is a forgotten luxury. Read the rest of this entry
Happy Sunday, fellow crusaders! It’s been a weird weather week for some of us. From spring temps to an abrupt return to reality, it’s been a rollercoaster.
If you’re familiar with the crazy ride, you may be considering staying inside until spring…or at least until the end of the MLK holiday weekend. While I can’t say I blame you, all that indoor time can make you a little stir crazy. Read the rest of this entry
The Golden Globes are in the rearview mirror, and Oscar season is nearly here. With 341 eligible films in the running, it’s anyone’s guess who will be nominated.
That being said, with just over a week until the nominees are announced (January 23rd), now is the time where we get to not quite as blindly guess who will be nominated. More importantly, we can hope and dream. Read the rest of this entry
It’s a new year, which means new television. Gone are the days of new series only starting in the fall. Thanks to streaming and cable television, we’re in the golden age of television series.
That being said, all this awesome drama (and comedy) can make it hard to decide what to watch. I know, it’s a rough life. The good (or bad?) news is 2018 is adding even more variety, and welcoming back a few favorites. Read the rest of this entry