It’s been the holidays since last week where I work. In some places, It’s been Christmas since August. But, likely wherever you live as soon as December 1st struck it was time to get into holiday mode. This is not a new thing. In fact, it’s a very old thing, but traditions are what society… Continue reading Holiday rut
Oh hey. Didn’t see ya there. Were you looking for someone specific? Your dignity or sanity maybe? It’s not here, but if you’re wandering aimlessly trying to find it, I hope you end up in the right direction soon. That could be disastrous for you. I hope you passed that last exam. Was… Continue reading You don’t want it, you need it.
I’m checking my progress to see if I’m doing alright and what I’m finding is that I’m doing ok. Physically and mentally? Those are both different checks that I’m not doing regularly. I could definitely be doing a better job of making sure that I am doing well. I could give a list of reasons… Continue reading Check yourself before you wreck yourself (daily)
I think about how sometimes we falter. ****** We hesitate. We think we might be making the wrong move, so we stop ourselves. Maybe we could do better or be better. Either way, it leads us to feel like we are less than ourselves on a daily basis. Who is this “we” I… Continue reading Compassion and finding the drive
Well, hey there. I have now been living abroad for 8 months. What a crazy thing life is. I’m counting the little bit at the end of Feb. as well because it all counts in this regard. I’d like to say that I’ve seen some crazy, amazing stuff in that time but really it’s not… Continue reading Eight
It’s such a thing to feel things. Such a magical, wondrous thing. We wonder about the things that we could be but lose ourselves when given the opportunity to try something different. Maybe it’s a new job, the chance to do something out of our element or the possibility of being something less normal than… Continue reading Blueberry
Tragedy is one of those things in which you forget to live. Forget your reason for living. Maybe you know that “life must go on” but you can’t imagine possibly doing that. How could you when you’ve lost practically everything of worth? On that note, no one expects anyone to grieve in great celebration. Because… Continue reading On losing things and people