About Kelly

Kelly Wilson is an author and comedian who entertains and inspires through stories of humor, healing, and hope. She is the author of Live Cheap & Free, Don’t Punch People in the Junk, and Caskets From Costco. Kelly Wilson currently writes for a living and lives with her Magically Delicious husband, junk-punching children, dog, cat, and stereotypical minivan in Portland, Oregon.

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Sometimes You Feel Like a Nut! #NationalGrabSomeNutsDay

Well, today is National Grab Some Nuts Day! No, I could not simply let this day go by without some acknowledgement. My only word of warning is to ask permission before just grabbing nuts here and there. And if you’re not sure what nuts to grab, enjoy this list of suggestions from Harlon Pepper from […]

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Keep Your Phone Safe in the Heat

Ugh, it’s super hot again. Yes, I’m that person. The one who loves the rain. The one who complains about the weather, and not just to make conversation. I have a good reason – I sweat and I chafe. In the winter. Can you imagine the state of my crevices now that it is ninety […]

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Why Kids are the Worst

A few things: This guy is not a happy drunk, which is evident as he continues talking. This does not reduce the hilarity, but it does increase the swears, most of which are bleeped. If you are easily offended, this is not for you. Move on. If you don’t think kids are the worst sometimes…I […]

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Virtual Reality App Brings Distracted Driving to Life #ItCanWait

Nothing that is happening on your phone is worth a life. It’s tempting, I get it. There’s a billion things going on in the virtual world and we might miss something. We need to see if so-and-so texted us back or if we’ve missed something on the calendar or if we know where that restaurant […]

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What is the Point of Turkey Bacon?

I guess turkey bacon could be for people who are trying to lose – or release, rather – weight (we tend to look for things we have “lost”). But there are foods that are just not worth giving up in this quest to improve my relationship with food, like honest-to-God Tillamook cheese. Real mayo. And […]

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