Monthly Archives: August 2015

Best part of a routine: breaking it

…with a wave of productivity. Today this included: Bought a sponge. Found cheese! Bought new teas. Checked out a bead boutique – jewelry making – I think I just might. Cleaned out the jars of dried goods in the cupboard. … Continue reading

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Tools, tools, tools.

So I’ve set my sights on establishing a morning routine. Rumor has it, this can help keep some semblance of productivity, even on the bad days. The tricky thing is that it takes time, like anything else, and it’s a … Continue reading

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Was there no quality control?!

Umbilical hernia (everyone has a bellybutton, mine just needed to be special) Blocked tear duct (keeping all the feelings in since day 1) Deviated septum (keeping asthma company – it’s way more fun if you struggle to breathe in AND out) Asthma … Continue reading

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(Sick) days.

What’s the policy for sick days when it comes to mental health? Who decides if you’re sick enough to stay home, or well enough to go to work? How is that decision made? What is the criteria? Do you need … Continue reading

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Great advice.

Me: “Talked to the doc – I’m going off my meds. Going to try to restart and see where I’m at. Feels like I’m just chasing side effects.” Dad: “Can I give you some advice? You just need to wake … Continue reading

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Quote for Thought #1

“I must learn to love the fool in me – the one who feels too much, talks to much, takes too many chances, wins sometimes and loses often, lacks self-control, loves and hates, hurts and gets hurt, promises and breaks … Continue reading

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Think about it… then try to tell me I’m wrong

I’m not saying this is the only way to World Peace, but I’m pretty sure it’s a good start. Instead of stuffy suits sitting in plushy chairs at large desks, lets get our leading global decision makers a change of … Continue reading

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