I take a look at pop culture about, by, and for mothers and the people who love them.
My Top 5 tips on how to keep pop culture special during times when you’re perhaps consuming more than you typically would (e.g. a quarantine and global pandemic).
An extra post with my tips on how to be a middle-aged person living with your parents during a pandemic where we have to spend A LOT of time sequestered together.
In this pop culture post, I discuss how my favorite currently airing TV show, “The Flash,” uses brain injury in its plots and as a part of its character development. This is my second blog post inspired by Brain Injury Awareness Month (March).
Here’s an updated Golden Globes ballot (I created) reflecting the winners. And I make a few observations about the Golden Globes.
In preparation for the Golden Globe Awards on January 5th, this extra pop culture post features a ballot of the nominees. Pop that popcorn 🍿 and get ready to enjoy some movie and TV discussion.
A recent experience at a sleep clinic has me listing off the pop culture that portrays sleep or sleep disorders.
I answer the question: Where would I go if I could travel to indulge some pop culture whims and fascinations?