Would our dog even be able to follow the 100 Thing Challenge? Let's count. This week we explore a world in which one plus one might equal zero.Read More
After reading the 333 website, my first thought was that if the author has to tell us three times in her introduction that, “this is not a project in suffering,” that’s a red flag. If you're invited to your friend's house for a 'party,' and he tells you multiple times before you get there that, “it's not a cult”…red flag.Read More
In the last post, Miranda called me out for not helping create a "sensual haven" according to HGTV's feng shui rules. All I wanted was a nice picture of me following all the rules to redeem myself. Instead, I got this.Read More
Make Tidying "an Event": Okay Marie Kondo, we tried. We really did. But five hours into our first day of cleaning, we decided that this event was crap. (What kind of event doesn't serve cocktails or play music?) So we made cocktails and jammed. Conclusion: Bourbon and loud music make the KonMari Method only slightly less miserable.Read More
"Chuck and I spent a painstaking 2.5 hours listening to the 'The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up' audiobook while we were on a road trip. (Full disclosure: we stopped half way through and decided that driving in dead silence through the New Mexico desert was a better option. There's nothing in the desert of New Mexico. Nothing.)"Read More
Chuck and Miranda are launching the You've Got Fail blog on April 1st! The whaaat? Read the Introduction page to learn all about the insanity. We're excited. Are you excited?
The research and sticky-note-planning for this project are in full-swing. Many friends and family members have already contributed their ideas—for better or for worse. Now we're going to enjoy our last few days as normal humans.
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