I spend a lot of time with my computer. I am always gazing at it, touching it, caressing it. I just can’t seem to give it enough attention. My computer needs a lot of things from me on a day to day basis and it is one of those relationships that seems to take more … More My computer is a narcissist and so is yours…
Guess what? I am painfully shy. The whole reason that I took up writing in the first place was to have a place to converse with the world that didn’t involve having to speak to someone. Over the course of my life, my shyness has manifested itself in different ways. There was a point in time … More The Shy Persons Guide to Being Social (and liking it)
I have written a few posts now and I thought it might be a good time to introduce myself to you. I was watching Amelie the other night and was inspired by the endearing way she managed to sum people up by revealing a few of their idiosyncracies to the audience. Also, contrary to what you … More Who am I?
Kat’s (soon-to-be) Famous Recipe for One Badass Holiday Season You will need: 1 Haircut (this will cut your mother’s nagging in half) 1 Expensive-looking Holiday Outfit (so you don’t have a job, boyfriend/girlfriend, functioning shower head, or savings account. There is no need to look like the unstable, unbathed earth-muffin that you are.) 1 Foolproof … More How to Survive the Holidays
David and I have been living in San Francisco for a little over a year now. During this time, we have become fluent in a new language called Startup Slang. We are immersed in the Californian startup scene and frequently forget that no one else speaks this language. For this reason, I have compiled a … More How to Speak Startup
I love beginnings!!! Starting new things is one of my favorite things to do. I am even better at the quitting part but we’ll get to that later. I am one of those lucky people who is interested in a plethora of different things. What is the saying? Jack of all trades, master of none. That’s the one. … More Story of My Life