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Working from Home: Tools of the Trade by Rachel W. Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Some days, working from home is as simple as pulling a chair up to any flat surface with my laptop and cranking out as much as possible over an eight-ish hour stretch. But ... Read on »
How I Work from Home Happily by Rachel W. Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living   ( Image source ) I’ve been telecommuting for just over two years now. Whatever you call it – telecommuting, working from home, working remotely – getting ... Read on »
How I Work from Home Happily by Rachel W. Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living   ( Image source ) I’ve been telecommuting for just over two years now. Whatever you call it – telecommuting, working from home, working remotely – getting ... Read on »
Summertime by Rachel W. Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Summer is flying by, and while I have grand ambitions of more often putting pen to paper/fingers to keyboard, today is not that time. I wanted to pop in and post, a ... Read on »
Summertime by Rachel W. Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Summer is flying by, and while I have grand ambitions of more often putting pen to paper/fingers to keyboard, today is not that time. I wanted to pop in and post, a ... Read on »
Subway reflections by Rachel W. Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living I’ve been writing little notes like this to myself on the subway lately, trying to use my time for personal creation rather than passing my subway time wholly consuming th ... Read on »
Subway reflections by Rachel W. Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living I’ve been writing little notes like this to myself on the subway lately, trying to use my time for personal creation rather than passing my subway time wholly consuming th ... Read on »
RIP Ms. Angelou, one of the first poets I loved by Rachel W. Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living We, unaccustomed to courage exiles from delight live coiled in shells of loneliness until love leaves its high holy temple and comes into our sight to liberate us ... Read on »
Kicking off summer by Rachel W. Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living I haven’t written anything (besides for over a week) and the last thing I wrote was about sparkling water. Not sure if that’s sad or perfect. Let’s go with the latter. ... Read on »
Things I love about NYC: carbonated water by Rachel W. Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living I spotted this Slate article, A Taxonomy of Carbonated Waters , and it immediately made me think of how awesome it is that in NYC the sparkling water flows free. Er, rathe ... Read on »
Things I’ve read… lately by Rachel W. Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living It’s been awhile since I’ve done one of these posts, but my Instapaper queue has been overflowing lately so I can read on the subway. I love the app (even though I broke i ... Read on »
The perils of spring by Rachel W. Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living I find myself sniffling and coughing today, at the tail end of my second bout of sickness this season. I’ve always been a seasonal allergy sufferer, but for the past few y ... Read on »
Quotation marks and end punctuation by Rachel W. Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living I’ve been catching myself with a really annoying writing habit lately: putting my end punctuation outside of quotation marks. Particularly at work, I’ll be composing an em ... Read on »
Spring NYC to do list by Rachel W. Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Spring is springing here in NYC! It feels like I blinked and the snow was gone, so even though it was undisputedly a hard winter here in the city (and I only experience th ... Read on »
Yoga in Brooklyn by Rachel W. Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living On Sunday night I finally dragged my tired self to a nearby yoga studio , unfurled my (rented) mat, and got down to the business of moving and sweating. I hadn’t been to a ... Read on »
Lilacs out of the cold ground by Rachel W. Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living April is National Poetry Month . I generally celebrate by reading the first few stanzas of “The Waste Land” and then forgetting about it, but this year I’m trying to incor ... Read on »
Passport by Rachel W. Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living I commented to my roommate the other night that it’s been years since I’ve really used my passport (besides to get in and out of Canada a few times, I guess). “That’s no g ... Read on »
Six weeks in NYC by Rachel W. Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living As of this weekend, I’ve lived in New York City for six weeks. It simultaneously feels like I’ve been here forever and like I landed yesterday, which is the hallmark of a ... Read on »
Kelly Blazek and her viral rejection letter by Rachel W. Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living I posted awhile back about Justine Sacco , whose tweeting debacle has faded into obscurity (for us, at least – I’m sure she is still facing the consequences). While browsi ... Read on »
Things I read this week, 2/23 by Rachel W. Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living I have more time for reading now that I am a public transportation traveler, and I find myself more inclined to read an article or blog post than catch up on fiction while ... Read on »