Wait, no more masks?

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced fully vaccinated people can now resume regular activities, without masks, social distancing and constant hand sanitizing. After more than 10 months of "masks required," this seem strange. You can go to indoor restaurants and activities, hang out with other people and visit just about anywhere without any … Continue reading Wait, no more masks?

Smitten with Bernie’s mittens

In the days following the inauguration of Joe Biden, this picture of Bernie Sanders became a cultural phenomena. More to come on that. I've only watched two presidential inaugurations (at least that I can remember). Barack Obama in 2009 and Donald Trump in 2017. I experienced opposite emotions while watching those two inaugurations. The 2021 … Continue reading Smitten with Bernie’s mittens

#COVIDchaos brings us new words and terms

It's been more than 9 months since my first #COVIDchaos post. I really thought I would be done writing about this by now, but here we are, and cases are actually getting worse (We've surpassed 300,000 deaths in the United States, something Dr. Fauci told us would happen if we didn't take the necessary precautions … Continue reading #COVIDchaos brings us new words and terms

You need an degree in decision making to shop at this place

I don't shop at Bath & Body Works regularly. In fact, the last time I was in there was last year around this time. I'm all for good smelling lotions, shower gel and candles. But walking into B&B is like the ultimate test in choices. Only people with Ph.D's in "decision making" should be allowed … Continue reading You need an degree in decision making to shop at this place

“White space is like punctuation for the brain.”

I've written about white space before... how important it is in your designs, writing and in your life. In this boisterous world, white space serves as a resting spot for your brain. "White space is like punctuation for the brain." This quote came from Kristin Graham, who presented at our November PRSA program. Her presentation, … Continue reading “White space is like punctuation for the brain.”