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The first time I did that, in April of last year, I was shocked and horrified at myself. The past few months were much busier than I anticipated (a six-week trip to Europe and Australia, a nine-day trip to Germany, plus three trips home to Massachusetts), so I needed some time to recuperate. I spent this month working hard on my fitness regime, spending time with friends, and gearing up for a busy year. Millions of people marched all over the world to stand up for the rights of women, black people, immigrants, Muslims, LGBT people, and the environment. On the coldest Sunday of the year, my friend Anna from Crazy in the Rain and I joined a group of strangers, got on the subway, and took our pants off, acting nonchalant about it when asked. This was my second time speaking and first time speaking at Industry Day.

I didn’t go to DC but I was thrilled to march with my sister and our two close friends from home in New York City. It took us an hour to even get to the point where we could march, period! And most importantly, when my kids and grandkids ask me how I stood up to Trump, I’ll be able to show them photographic proof. We lucked out and ended up with a cool group of new friends and we finished our subway ride with a dance party in Union Square! I was on a panel called “The Future of Travel Media” and I was the modern blogger paired with three more traditional travel writers, so I was a bit of a foil to the rest of them!

My Plan for 2017: A Commitment to Fitness — The big post about how I’m changing my life.

I’m enjoying sinking my teeth back into a challenge and reading some genres I wouldn’t pursue ordinarily. Well, forget everything I said before, because this is the real deal.) This is the most important book about poverty I’ve ever read.

I’m also making an effort to read both fiction and nonfiction titles, books by authors of color, and books published in 2017 each month. The book takes place in Milwaukee, one of the most racially segregated cities in America, and follows a black landlord in a black neighborhood, a white landlord at a white trailer park, and several of the tenants of both landlords.

I was surprised at how funny she was, in spite of her often-serious work, and now I’m eager to read her new memoir. After living in my apartment for almost a year, I finally have stuff on the walls! I used Framebridge to frame everything, they were fabulous, and they gave me a discount code to share with you: adventurouskate15. I wasn’t going to watch the inauguration, but I was at the gym and it was on all the TVs.

I thought that would be my low point of the week, but no. As Dan Rather said, “For many Americans, in the two weeks since the inauguration, we have whipsawed from tragedy, to farce, to the theater of the absurd.” I’m deeply worried by what we’ve seen so far.

The big climax was a buildup to nothing and reminded me of the end of the by Takashi Hiraide — When I had to read “a book with a cat on the cover,” I dreaded it, thinking my only options would be schmaltzy crazy cat lady stories.

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