Heather L. Barmore
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    "Many, many men have been just as troubled morally and spiritually as you are right now. Happily, some of them kept records of their troubles. You'll learn from them - if you want to. Just as someday, if you have something to offer, someone will learn something from you. It's a beautiful reciprocal arrangement. And it isn't education. It's history. It's poetry." - J.D Salinger


    Hello and welcome!

    I’m Heather, Heather B., or HB (or Heather Lynn if you are my mother).

    I started my personal blog, No Pasa Nada, in August of 2005 just two months after graduating from college in Washington, DC. The first couple years of this website chronicles my life in my early 20’s: shopping at Anthropologie, working on Capitol Hill, and drinking wine in Georgetown all while lamenting adulthood. (So broke! So much responsibility!) 2005 is full of a lot of complaining.

    In 2007 I moved back to my hometown of Albany, NY, to take a job as a lobbyist. Yes, I am a lobbyist. An education lobbyist to be precise and it is nothing like what you see on television.  I am now a recovering-lobbyist blogger, freelance writer, lady who lunches. 

    After moving back to Albany I realized that I wanted to write more about Congress, education policy, and current events. Thus Poliogue: The Art of Political Dialogue was born as a place for me to discuss all of these interests as well as the need for political engagement. I now write about (and speak frequently on) politics, my life, and my life in politics.

    I like yoga, dresses with pockets, bourbon, C-SPAN, J.D. Salinger, and electoral politics.

    I dislike clowns, large crowds, cooked carrots, ice-skating, and the size of my feet.

    My favorite word is pulchritude. I just like the way it rolls off the tongue.

    If you need me you can always – ALWAYS – find me on Twitter or Facebook or you can email me at Heather@HeatherBarmore.com.

    Me, elsewhere:

    Wells Fargo's Kinsey Untold Stories


    Me @ BlogHer.com

    Me @ Tue/Night

    Me @ The Toast



     Photo by the talented, Ali Martell