It feels like I’ve been in a bit of a bubble world since the end of June. By mid-June my spouse began reporting that his coworkers were coming in contact with COVID-19 either in vague ways like partying in Miami while the city’s case numbers were rising or more directly […]
These are weird times. A few weeks ago I wasn’t blogging because I was caring for an injured stray cat from my neighborhood who has since insisted on returning now […]
As a follow up to last week’s long post I thought I would post the basic steps I follow in order to make time and space for writing and art […]
Maintaining motivation when energy levels are below 20% of your usual maximum, when your mind is hazy and when you are physically unwell is unreasonable. A lot is said about […]
It might seem like a relic of bygone eras before blogging but journaling is a useful practice even if you don’t want to disengage from your devices.
Freshly finished BuJo page days before Santa brought me my Christmas coal cold.I wanted to write a follow up to my post about New Years goals/resolutions but as it would […]
Rest is The New Sport: Identify Your Fatigue, Improve Your Recovery, decrease your biological cost by Jef Geys My rating: 3 of 5 stars *I received a copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review* Some background for me is that I was a book reading […]
Eat Fat, Get Fit: How to Create YOUR Perfect Diet to Lose Weight, Heal Your Gut, and Have More Energy by Kusha Karvandi My rating: 5 of 5 stars *I received a copy of this book for free through Netgalley to review* I’ve read many articles and a few books […]