Monthly Archives: September 2010

Could I have prevented the holocaust? Can I stop the next one?

Could I have helped prevent the holocaust if I had been living in Germany in the 1930s? This is a question I’ve asked myself repeatedly over the last few days.  I’m afraid I don’t have an answer.  I’m afraid of … Continue reading

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Pushing Past Popularity. Or Fear (but that didn’t start with a P)

I feel like I’m going to throw up. Or maybe hyperventilate. On the plus side, self-urination does not seem to be among the imminent responses to my anxiety.  Yee-ha for progress. I’m telling myself that writing this will not help; it … Continue reading

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Miss Britt Soup

I know that you would follow every word I said if you could, but time is limited in your busy life. I respect your time and business as well as your desire not to miss anything awesome that I might … Continue reading

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Why I’m Not Starting A Travel Blog

I am, officially, a professional travel blogger. I know this because of the check that comes every month from UpTake.com, a travel website that gets millions of visitors each and every month.  I know this because of the posts I’ve … Continue reading

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Accepting MY Normal

One of the worst things about depression is the feeling that you’re not normal. You can’t do as much as everyone else, and you don’t understand why.  You get tired.  You can’t focus.  You’re easily overwhelmed.  You beat yourself up … Continue reading

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