I wrote a piece for BUST Magazine on how finding my birth family (specifically finding out I come from a family of political, proactive Sorensens) helped me find myself.
As someone who helps people and businesses identify, develop and promote their brands, increasingly I’ve been suggesting getting into the still relatively “blue ocean” of podcasting. (“Red oceans” are
In her book, Shrill: Notes From a Loud Woman, Lindy West describes feminism as “the long slow realization that the things you love hate you.” It hurts, especially when those
I hate the term self-esteem. Words are important, and the term is too vague, and frankly, a little creepy. I say this as someone often accused of having low
I went to high school in nightgowns. Not just any nightgowns – fifty-years-old nightgowns. See, the “Love Boat” refugee and “Charlie’s Angels” wannabe looks that were so popular with
It’s not often that Philosophy, fancy lingerie, and mass transit collude to bring about romance. But they, and a cast including Monty Python, Martin Luther King, God, and an
Want to conquer the world, or at least your very own tiny piece of it? Then get to know Chris Guillebeau, the easy-on-the-eyes, hard-to-put-down-books-writing self-help helper extraordinaire. His very
A LOT of people come to me looking for help finding a job. They either contact me with a hidden agenda of wanting me to give them a job
You never think it’ll be you. After all, you seem sane (publicly). You think you’re pretty cool (privately). But then, one day you wake up and somehow, it’s happened.
Note to readers: This post was written for my previous blog almost 4 years ago. It’s sadly still relevant today. In light of the recent #metoo movement, Dylan Farrow has every right to