Roxie Faulkner Kirk weaves a compelling, page-turning narrative centered on a sharp, resourceful heroine trying to escape an abusive family.
I did a bunch of freelance work this weekend for the first time in, like, years.
Maybe I'll start doing this weekly, instead of daily. What do you all think?
The first installment features a bride and a maid of honor discussing wedding planning.
I read Emily Guendelsberger's new book, On the Clock: What Low‑Wage Work Did to Me and How It Drives America Insane, with a steadily growing sense of dread.
Working while simultaneously visiting family is… more complicated than I thought.
Unfortunately, the world is not a video game where you can, like, play the Williamson path and then go play the Buttigieg path.
I heard you wanted more pictures, so here you go:
How do I avoid making Ellen Everton too much like Meredith Gruber?