What you should read next – November 2019

By | November 4, 2019

I took a bit of a book hiatus as you can tell by the fact that I haven’t recommended anything for you to read since August. I didn’t put enough books on my Kindle while I was traveling. Occasionally, everything needs a break? I don’t know. How Not to Die: Surprising Lessons from America’s Favorite… Read More »

My November 2019 Resolutions

By | October 30, 2019

Whoop, I fell off the wagon pretty hard and bumped my head there. Or at least, I’ve been living my life a little differently recently. I didn’t keep up with my resolutions for even a minute in September because I left my laptop behind while I traveled. September seeped into October and my laptop stayed… Read More »

My social media posts

By | September 1, 2019

Say something on social media was a habit on my resolutions chart for approximately a week in August. After eight days, I realized, again, that I despise social media. The number of hearts I receive determined my mood more than I’d like. That’s a silly and unpredictable variant that I can cut out completely. So… Read More »

Our September 2019 resolutions

By | August 28, 2019

I’m traveling in September, so I probably won’t be updating my resolutions chart on my blog regularly and I probably won’t be posting as regularly either. But you should still do a resolutions chart because it’s the most fun you can have without a sloth. I imagine sloths are pretty fun. I don’t know why… Read More »

I’m just a chatty Cathy

By | August 24, 2019

Who do you guys like so far in the democratic primary? Personally, I’m on the Elizabeth Warren train, but I think I’m still persuadable. *** I’m cat sitting a three-year-old cat. The dog he’s known for most of his cat-life died a few weeks ago and the poor kitty is licking himself silly with grief.… Read More »

Tweak your resolutions

By | August 16, 2019

Don’t blame yourself for not acing your resolution. Blame the patriarchy. Just kidding. But you’re a grown up, so you can alter the test. You don’t need to change yourself, just change your wording. Work with your strengths and outwit your weaknesses. The more you do this, the more you understand those strengths and weaknesses.… Read More »

My July 2019 grades

By | August 12, 2019

Did I tell you this? On July 1, I set a timer for sixty minutes and then I sat down and wrote. The first time the timer went off, I got up off my butt and did a jumping jack. I’d set the timer another two to four times throughout the day to write and… Read More »