Month: May 2016

Fiction – It’s a Mystery To Me

I want to be the girl who devours fiction and loves a good mystery series. Alas, I am not quite there. I am a non-fiction fanatic, though I make it a point to read some popular fiction for work. Many have suggested… Read More

Did That Really Just Happen?

I had the pleasure of attending the Rhode Island Library Association‘s annual conference this week. There is nothing more inspiring than spending time listening to librarians sharing their ideas. These are some of the most intelligent people on the planet. This is… Read More

How To Be Private in the Digital Age

I am the tech person at my local library. On a daily basis I read articles about privacy and answer questions about technology and how it works. The bottom line is, if you are on the Internet, you are not private. People… Read More

Amazon DASH Button

It happened. I signed up for Prime and bought a DASH button. For a very long time I avoided signing up for Amazon Prime because I knew if I did, I’d give a lot more of my business to Amazon. It’s just… Read More

Amazon Wins

Why Amazon is Winning Convenience Ease of Use No Drama No Teenagers Amazon is kicking butt. I hate to say it, but it’s true. You know why they are winning? Because they are SMART and know their demographic! ¬†They know customers are… Read More

Can’t Make This Stuff Up!

Couch Curse Bought my first couch used & it lasted forever. Moved in with Kevin & invested in a new couch. I never buy new. (Never shop at Bob’s because our couch fell apart & was made poorly.) Today we went to… Read More

“Shout It, Shout It, Shout It Out Loud!”

It’s safe to say I’m a pretty passionate person. I’m not rowdy by any means but I do have some strong opinions that I generally keep to myself. I think in the day and age of social media rants, it is a… Read More

Sewing Again…

It was around this time last year that I took my very first sewing lesson. I had a wonderful instructor who was incredibly patient with this slow learner. Fast forward one year and I’ve only made one project which looked like a… Read More