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Keeping Motivated

I’m a list maker. When I sit down to get things done, I prioritize by making a list of everything I need to do, most important goes first. 741 more words

Writing Advice

picture [im]perfect

It’s happened to every mom.

On Saturday, March 17th, 2018, it happened to me.

My son turned 3 months. Every month, we would take the obligatory super-cute photo. 463 more words


Losing Me Eco "Thing"

I haven’t written in a couple of weeks. I don’t feel stylish, poetic, or eco-friendly. Especially eco-friendly.

I have this problem. I have no personality. Okay that’s extreme, but seriously. 534 more words


ball of wool.

Am I the only one here whose anxiety is envisioned as, depicted as, a ball.?

In my particular case, a ball of wool.

A solid mass of intermingled, knotted, coarse, crude wool. 360 more words

Waxing Lyrical

Living with Guilt, While Battling Mental Illness and Life

Even thou most of us will never admit it. There comes a time in everyone’s life that we all feel helpless, guilt and shame, for things we know nothing of and even when we do something wrong and don’t own up to it – having mental illness, most times makes us feel guilty. 780 more words


American Ambition: Occupation and Confusion Over Intrinsic Goods

The view of human occupation that American’s inherit is strange, in that it carves up into simple categories the complex range of human activity. A person’s occupation, outside of the realm of politics and law, may either be related to business (widely conceived), the visual and auditory arts, education, and “science.” If one’s work falls outside of these categories, and identity is largely bound up in what one does for work, the ability to be understood suffers. 803 more words

Bio Moment - Let yourself fall ill

“If you desire healing,
let yourself fall ill
let yourself fall ill.” 
― Rumi

When I began this blog, I didn’t think I’d need a fancy Mission Statement. 509 more words