Last September when Furiously Happy came out I was so terrified that people wouldn’t like it, wouldn’t understand it, or would run away after realizing I’m quite a bit crazier than I ever let on. But you stayed – for the most part – and then even more of you showed up, and now it’s FebruaryContinue reading “Booksgiving. An experiment.”
Category Archives: awkwarding brings us together
The last few days have been weirdly dark but I’m starting to feel like I’m coming out of the hole. Not quite enough to be funny but enough to shower and read with Hailey and even do a load of laundry. Small victories, but important ones if you’ve ever been in this spot. Luckily, theContinue reading “Awkwarding Altogether”
Mortification keeps us human. It’s like vitamins, but not.
Hey. I’m back home and recuperating from the latest leg of the FURIOUSLY HAPPY Book Tour but everything on the news is dark and freaking me out so I’ve been reading the medicinally mortifying tweets people continue to send me. Every time I think there can’t be more I’m proven wrong and at least oneContinue reading “Mortification keeps us human. It’s like vitamins, but not.”
Awkwarding is what brings us all together.
Have you been following the amazing awkward tweets that people have been sharing with me lately to make me feel less filled with shame about my own mortifying moments? Because you need to. Mostly because you’ve probably done at least half of the things here and you will probably do the other half eventually. And thenContinue reading “Awkwarding is what brings us all together.”
Mortification is what bring us all together. (Cringey tweets part 2)
1. If you’re in Missouri click here for info on tonight’s FURIOUSLY HAPPY reading and signing. 2. If you’ve been gone for a bit you may have missed this, so let me catch you up. Long story short, I mortified myself at the airport this week and you amazing people decided to make me feelContinue reading “Mortification is what bring us all together. (Cringey tweets part 2)”
And then that one time on twitter we all just became human and I laughed until I gave myself a headache.
Yesterday I started up leg four of the Furiously Happy book tour (click here for Minneapolis tonight) and I tweeted this: Then twitter came to my rescue and throughout the night thousands of you shared your own cringey moments, which were so awesome that hotel security had to do a welfare check on me because I wasContinue reading “And then that one time on twitter we all just became human and I laughed until I gave myself a headache.”