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 »

Eat a salad for breakfast

By | August 4, 2019

Let me preach about one of my favorite resolutions: eat something dark and leafy green. I get it out of the way early by eating a salad for my first meal of the day. I’ve been experimenting with this early salad thing for the last six months and it’s the bomb-diggity. I recommend it. You… Read More »

Our August 2019 resolutions

By | July 31, 2019

It’s the last day of the month! July is done! Tomorrow you get a fresh start and you get to see your grades on your resolutions chart. Your tentative grades. These grades aren’t final. Unless you did well. Then the grades are official. You’re going to do a resolutions chart with me in August, right?… Read More »

Beware your phone

By | July 23, 2019

In the book Hyperfocus, the author recommends that you leave your phone somewhere else when you’re trying to work. I agree with this sentiment 100%. It’s amazing how often I find that device in my hand without thinking about it or meaning to. It’s well and truly an addiction. Your phone is a tempting toy.… Read More »