As some of you know, I like to live tweet events. This includes presidential debates. I was a political science major and I love politics. And if any of you think this is partisan, feel free to look at what I tweet when the “other side” is debating. Here’s how last night went down: First… Continue reading Highlights from last night’s GOP Debate
Wow, these are sobering statistics: 48% of women in the U.S. choose to stay in abusive relationships because they don’t want to leave pets behind. Only 2% of shelters in the U.S. have any program available to take pets into account. Great to see that there’s some hope that more programs will be inclusive of pets… Continue reading One less hurdle: Women’s shelter allows victims to escape with their pets
“Fun” fact: 98 years ago today, John D Rockefeller becomes the first billionaire. Today there are roughly 1645 of them, 30% of which are in the US. Do these stats make you happy, sad, or neither?
I thought it might be fun to highlight the past week’s top Instagram posts of mine, based off of total likes: Honorable Mention: Pizza Baby Adeline had her first slice of pizza. Well, her first pizza crust. And she barely has teeth. But still. It’s adorable. #3: 57th & Madison With the crossing light changing and… Continue reading Jeremy’s Week in Instagram, 8/10-8/16
I thought it might be fun to highlight the past week’s top Instagram posts of mine, according to you guys: #3: This past Sunday, I had a birthday party for Adeline, who turned 1 the next day. Everyone tells you the first year will fly by, and that couldn’t be more true. Even though the first… Continue reading Jeremy’s Week in Instagram, 8/1-8/7
Did you know coffee is consumed at the rate of 1400 million cups per day? A cup o’ joe is a staple for many of us in the morning, but if you’re a Starbucks regular and you’re watching your wallet, you may want to consider making your French vanilla latte at home. Studies show that… Continue reading Starbucks Lovers Beware: Your Daily Cup May Be Costing More Than You Think