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Watch out, Obama! These people on Facebook have got you figured out.

Social media gives everyone a voice, right? It’s a beautiful thing.

Until it’s not.

I’m not one to pick fights on Facebook or Twitter, as I tend to think 1) that stuff haunts you, 2) those idiots you’re angry at probably won’t get it, and 3) it’s better to be mean in real life.

Watch out, Obama! These people on Facebook have got you figured out.

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My heart goes click, click, click

Now this is an anniversary present:

My heart goes click, click, click

Blissed out

I’ve been blogging over at Blisstree.com for the past few days. This isn’t replacing any of the other writing gigs I have. It’s just another chance to make more money writing about new topics.

One tab on my browser stays on Twitter throughout the day, because that’s the main way I keep up with the world. (And the only reason I remembered once seeing Tiki Barber on Project Runway.) Yesterday, someone I follow linked an article titled, “How Do You Know When to Stop Writing?”

Immediately, I thought, “When you make enough money! But you won’t! Ever!” I was in an afternoon slump, followed by my evening slump.

Blissed out

Happiness advice from Mindy Kaling

Gretchen Rubin, author of The Happiness Project, recently interviewed Mindy Kaling of The Office. I’m a huge Mindy Kaling/Kelly Kapoor fan and am hoping to ingratiate myself to her via Twitter someday. (Start small!)

Kaling had some great advice on keeping things in perspective:

Happiness advice from Mindy Kaling

Happiness advice from Mindy Kaling

Gretchen Rubin, author of The Happiness Project, recently interviewed Mindy Kaling of The Office. I’m a huge Mindy Kaling/Kelly Kapoor fan and am hoping to ingratiate myself to her via Twitter someday. (Start small!)

Kaling had some great advice on keeping things in perspective:

Happiness advice from Mindy Kaling