Who doesn't love a good goal? The weeks preceding January 1 are awash with thoughts of how to create the best "new you" in the new year. Then the clock strikes midnight, the flood gates open and with a rush of adrenaline you plant your feet and declare to the world this is the year… Continue reading Stress: Where Honorable Goals Go To Die
What constitutes a wasted day? How do you define it? How do I define it? I don't know how I define a wasted day, but I know I feel like I'm wasting a day every time I am tired in the middle of a weekend afternoon or want to take a nap when I get… Continue reading Wasted day or wasted thinking?
I decided this week that I need to make more of an effort to exercise on the weekends. I've kind of fallen off the exercise bandwagon lately and I'm starting to notice the effects. But recognizing the benefits of something doesn't automatically make it easier to accomplish. I've often read that exercising first thing in… Continue reading Sometimes You Should Listen To Your Shirt
I am not a professional writer and I do not pretend to be one. Writing is something I do for fun. Writing feels natural to me. I enjoy the process of corralling a mishmash of my thoughts and refining them into a cohesive flow of words that other people may or may not read. But,… Continue reading If I love to read and write so much, why don’t I just do it?
Here's something you should know about me. I'm not fancy. I am casual and so are my tastebuds. So, when, for week two of my 30 Day Eat. Sleep. Walk. Experiment, I decided to cook something on my own (that didn't involve the words egg or sandwich or both it was going to be something… Continue reading Week Two: Raw Chicken And I Work On Our Issues