Links 4 You! 10.19.12
A song from the One Million blog:
Unless you've been living in a Trapper Keeper of your own, you've probably caught wind of Romney's "binder full of women" gaffe. Read this piece from The Boston Phoenix, which begins with a portion of the transcript from the Presidential debate and then lays out the facts regarding Romneys senior level staffing of women during his time as Governor of Massachusetts.
More! More! Such proliferation! May this keep you chuckling through the weekend.
For something a little more interactive, get your Romney game on!
As you may know, October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. Know that you can do more than wear a ribbon; you can take your health into your own hands and do at-home genetic testing: "If you don’t already know about at-home genetic testing for the BRCA 1 and 2 genetic mutations common in women of Ashkenazi Jewish descent, all you have to do is spit into a tube and put it in the mail. But very few of us have actually gone so far as to get screened. I know there are reasons for this, ranging from fear to expense... " read more at the Sisterhood.
For the philosophes and those working on personal growth: I'd like for you to make the acquaintance of Cary Tennis and his Salon advice column. Perhaps you can relate to both the letter and his response, which addresses the question: "How do I just be?"