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Bumper Sticker Say Wha?

By Kathryn_WilliamsJanuary 22, 2010
There are two types of people in this world: those who sticker their bumpers, and those who don't. We fall in the latter category. We just don't understand the desire to put your religious and political beliefs, socioeconomic status, number of kids, job, pet, and ... More  →
Bumper Sticker Say Wha?

We <3 the To-Do List

By Kathryn_WilliamsJanuary 18, 2010
Sometimes you have so many plans and tasks running amok in your head, it's a wonder you even remember to change your underwear (don't worry, Mom, we change our underwear—we're just using hyperbole). If you, like us, have resolved to be more organized this year, let ... More  →
We <3 the To-Do List

Three Fake-Outs We're Glad Weren't True

By Kathryn_WilliamsJanuary 15, 2010
OMGOMGOMGOMGOMG!!!!!!!! The sky is falling! Didn't you hear about it? It was totally on the news. The Mayans wrote about it in their calendar, and John Cusak confirmed it. And my mom works with this guy whose brother works at the White House, and he ... More  →
Three Fake-Outs We're Glad Weren't True

How to Be the Worst Road Trip Partner Ever

By Kathryn_WilliamsJanuary 13, 2010
Nothing is more fun in high school than hitting the open road with your besties. You're Thelma and Louise, Smokey and the Bandit, Britney and that girl from Hustle and Flow. It doesn't matter where you're going; the fun is in getting there, even if ... More  →
How to Be the Worst Road Trip Partner Ever

Feelin' Zen in 2010

By Kathryn_WilliamsJanuary 6, 2010
We were feelin' great in 2008 and feelin' fine in 2009. Which means in 2010, we'll be feelin'... Zen?  We've decided this is the year we will coast past our insecurities, fly over our fears, erase our anxieties and live with calmness, poise, and equanimity. ... More  →
Feelin' Zen in 2010

Worst Commercials of 2009

By Kathryn_WilliamsDecember 31, 2009
When you hear the words "and now a word from our sponsors," do you run screaming from the room shouting "why, Eywa, why?" When the announcer says "more after this commercial break," do you challenge him to a duel? When you're given the option to ... More  →
Worst Commercials of 2009

Best Commercials of 2009

By Kathryn_WilliamsDecember 29, 2009
Last month the esteemed editors and editresses at Time magazine named the first ten years of the 21st century "the worst decade ever." Maybe they weren't feelin' fine in 2009, but there was one group of Mad Men who brought it and brought it big ... More  →
Best Commercials of 2009

Overcoming the Winter Blahsies

By Kathryn_WilliamsDecember 26, 2009
Q: What do your faithful Sparklife scribes and Yogi Bear have in common? A: Other than being smarter than your average bear, we both have the natural inclination, when winter comes, to hibernate. As the days grow short and the temperatures drop, we often have a hard ... More  →
Overcoming the Winter Blahsies

What Your Stocking Says About You

By Kathryn_WilliamsDecember 22, 2009
This post is not just about Christmas. SparkLife is an equal opportunity entertainer. We are aware and joy-filled that our Sparklers hail from many traditions, corners of the world, and religious creeds. Hanging stockings is not about Christmas per se (don't you hate when people ... More  →
What Your Stocking Says About You

Yo Mama's So... And Other Great Comebacks

By Kathryn_WilliamsDecember 17, 2009
If you're anything like us, you spend a good 32% of your weekly allotment of mental energy imagining certain situations and your potential witty yet biting responses. Sometimes we stand in front of the mirror and reimagine situations that have already happened, tailoring our responses ... More  →
Yo Mama's So... And Other Great Comebacks
About the Author
Kathryn_Williams

Kathryn Williams is the author of three YA novels but only one with an Oxford comma in the title. She is a Taurus and hates writing bios. Check out her website, www.kathrynswilliams.com, and follow her on Twitter @kathrynwauthor.

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