My Love for Fitbits Explained Okay, so I need to back it up for the blog readers who don’t know what a Fitbit is, i.e., my parents, and anyone who’s not as fanatically insane about exercising as I am. The Fitbit is a brand of tracking devices that the government uses to learn about our habits … Continue reading Ode to Fitbit
I’m watching the Steelers vs. Baltimore game, and some of the officials and coaches who were in this Bad Lip Reading video are on TV right now. Every time the ref throws a flag and makes an announcement, I imagine him saying, “I went on a date with this girl, and her floor was covered … Continue reading “Orange Peanut? For me? I accept you.”
There are few things in life more irritating than writing fourteen drafts of a blog and HATING EVERY SINGLE ONE, but having to deal with fruit flies while in a heightened state of “I’M GOING TO THROW MY COMPUTER ACROSS THE ROOM” is a recipe for disaster. I’ve been fighting with fruit flies all … Continue reading Cover Letter Highlight: Fruit Fly Assassin
It has been brought to my attention that there could be a fourth reason why men would not want to read a blog about relationship advice written by a woman (more specifically, by me), and that could be this: The advice is stupid. “Make it rain”? Really, Jenny—make it rain? Not “fix … Continue reading Men Vs. Women II
I apologize to non-avid tennis-fans, that you have to read about tennis YET AGAIN because that is all I seem to be able to write about anymore (conveniently not the case when I sit down to work on my thesis, which is also about tennis. Funny how that happens), but I have life lessons to share. JUST fyi, I had … Continue reading Pride comes before the fall
As I’m sure everyone lost sleep over the fact that today was my big race, I want you to rest assured that I did in fact make it. I ran –or more accurately, jogged slowly– the entire 13.1 miles in a little over two hours. “A little over two hours? You mean you don’t know exactly what your time was down to … Continue reading I made it! And now my legs can fall off in peace.