The Post About The Importance of Fonts

I love my job.

How can you not love work that seats you at a desk with this necessary work tool:
Jelly Bean Dispenser
As a result of this steady sugar supply, I can be a bit obsessive. Particularly when it comes to fonts.

I know what you're thinking. Aren't there more important things to fixate on at your job, like budgets or strategic plans or orphans finding homes?

Sure, whatever. But fonts are very important too.

Times New Roman.

Boo. You stink.
I hate you.

Eager Naturalist.

Great for casual events and making parenting seem like a breeze.



Probably not the best name for the kid-friendly font I used for my summer camp.


Ratty Tatty.

This was the official font for my social worker conference this year - a group who can sometimes be more particular than 10-year-olds away from home and strung out on candy.

I had decided if anyone at the conference upset me that I would call them a
"ratty tatty" under my breath. As a stress reliever.

Who knew that
"ratty tatty" is defined by the Urban Dictionary as "when a broad is skankily slutty and everybody knows it."

Maybe I did.

{image: Jamie}

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