A story about finding joy, and once you’ve found it, running towards it at every chance you get.
I’m 30 now and people around me are adulting like crazy. Houses, mortgages, babies, but more than that: a lot of healthy and responsible decision making. Yes, the occasional wild night of terrible decision making and irresponsibility still happens, but […]
No fairytales. Be your own narrator. And go for a happy ending. One foot in front of the other. You will make it.” – Shonday Rhimes What better time to talk about Shonda’s Rimes book Year Of Yes than the […]
No, you are not dead. You’re not having a stroke. You didn’t overdose on mushrooms (or maybe you did, I can’t judge anyone’s Sunday morning activities). This is actually happening: The Self Help Hipster is HERE!!!! And I’m here to […]
A new episode in which we do a What A Time To Be Alone review, The Slumflower’s debut book! And I talk shit about Jurrasic World 2 and Insatiable. Because that’s who I am. More after the jump.
After a long wait and some technical difficulties, I’m happy to bring you the first episode of the third season of the Self Help Hipster podcast!
Mamrie is my FAVORITE thing that ever came to me via YouTube. I loved her first book, and I reviewed I’ve Got this Round by Mamrie Hart, her second book, with the same excitement. Does my hero hold up a […]
LAST EPISODE OF THIS YEAR. In the immortal words of the psychopath senior who is currently ruling America: Sad.
New podcast! Sorry for the delay, Drew & I were trying to outdo each other with how much we could procrastinate on the editing (Drew, although Drew is superbly) and the show notes (me). Eventually I won, because Andrew is […]
Even though depression has clearly defined characteristics, the actual state of depression, of being depressed, feels different to each individual. To some it feels like a dark cloud hangs over them constantly. To others it’s a big, dark dog, […]
My cat, courtesy of Vincent (as it is actually his cat) and my art, courtesy of Naomi (as she made it, I just bought it) It’s a Saturday morning in December and I wake up with this absolutely CRAZY notion. […]
When I heard Joe Lycett, my favourite British comedian, describe his book Parnsips, Buttered as “a self help book that is not actually helpful, quite like all self help books” I knew I had to get my hands on it.