The Shrink’s Rap On Life And Children

Shrink RapWhere to Find Shrink Rap:
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Category: Parenting, Personal Blogs, Humor

Shrink Rap

Shrink Rap is not the blog you would expect from a child psychiatrist, but then again when you consider the claims to fame of Robin Altman, MD include a love of shoes, a sideline as a stand-up comedian and a book titled Shrink Rap – An Irreverent Take on Child Psychiatry, you can expect her blog to be something a little out of the ordinary.

Shrink Rap – Why You Should Go

Robin Altman‘s Shrink Rap blog is a bit outside the realm of ordinary. And that is exactly what makes it so endearing. The blog is a mix of friendly and funny child-rearing advice, stories from her own household (which you will surely find refreshingly familiar), and general observations on life. Humorous posts (which most all of them are) show Robin to be an approachable professional and human being, one who you’ll be glad to share tales from parenthood with and, quite probably, find in her a kindred and understanding spirit.

Summing Up Shrink Rap

Shrink Rap shows that there certainly is a caring, human side to the professional sector. Join Robin for some laughs and maybe a touch of the Wisdom of the Ages (do be sure to see the Wisdom Addendum, too).

Go here to check out Shrink Rap.

Mary Ward
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Following The Quest For Comedic Stardom

Standup 101 with Comedienne Lucy DeeWhere to Find The Quest for Comedic Stardom:
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Category: Comedy, Careers

The Quest For Comedic Stardom

The Quest for Comedic Stardom follows New York’s Lucy Dee as she sets off on her life’s mission to become a top-billing comedienne. According to her MySpace profile, Lucy is 100 years old, which can only lead one to believe that she’s seen and done a lot, and has lots to laugh about on her blog.

Lucy offers her blog as a “fly-on-the-wall P.O.V. into the life of a stand-up comedienne.” Now that sounds like things could get interesting.

The Quest For Comedic Stardom – Why You Should Go

The simple answer? Because everyone needs to laugh, everyday. And Lucy is good for lots of laughs, even when the topic is something a bit foreign to you. Lucy is well-spoken and witty, injecting her humorous take into everything she writes.

Lucy’s interests, and thus the posts on the Quest, are eclectic and varied. Her interests are listed as: “Indie rock and pop/dance music, comedy, stand-up, storytelling, film, writing“; this covers most of what Lucy posts on her blog (but it’s a pretty comprehensive list anyway…).

Lucy also posts about her newest pursuit, a website that she intends to use to outline “The Academics Behind Comedy” and serve as the “Online stand-up comedy resource.

The best reason to visit the Quest for Comedic Stardom is to gain that promised insight into the life of a developing stand-up comedian. Whether you are interested in becoming a comedian or not, the journey makes for an interesting read that helps the reader gain an appreciation of the work and hurdles of budding entertainers, and interestingly enough a lot of the fears and trials Lucy faces and deals with are not unlike those in ‘regular’ life.

Summing Up The Comedic Quest

As a resource for potential comedians and entertainers, Lucy’s blog (and promised website) are an unparalleled resource. As a place to take a comedy break, Lucy’s blog is that, too. Make this blog a regular stop for some good info, and an interesting (and entertaining) take on life; and if stand-up comedy is a dream for you too, make sure you follow Lucy’s blog. You’ll get a front-row seat to prepare you and benefit from the research and knowledge that Lucy has already gained.

I first met Lucy on Stumbleupon and I’m glad I did. Do yourself a favor and get to know her.

Go and check out The Quest For Comedic Stardom for yourself and digg it (if you like).

Sean Rasmussen
Do You Digg It!
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