As you know if you read a few posts down, due to my health I had to close my larger chronic illness niche blog. It was just too hard to sustain with any consistency at all. Pretty much the same deal with everything really. But I didn't mention I haven't really been able to read… Continue reading I miss fiction writing
I know chronic pain. I know it far too well. And the thing about pain is that it kills you slowly but doesn't actually kill you. There is no damage to be seen by anyone. Even if you are screaming on the inside no one can see a thing on the outside. It is nothing… Continue reading The decline in health and fear of the unknown
So we were on a road trip for a short two day vacation in the mountains and we came across this field of Wind Turbines. I haven't really ever seen them before so I took some pictures of these wind beasts. They are just massive. Later I look at the pictures and I found these… Continue reading Wind Turbine pictures and UFOs
365 Questions, One Page Per Day: A One Year Self-Discovery Journal Day 90: Write down three things you do to train your authentic self expression I think the only thing that has ever constrained my authentic self was my professional career because of society's ideas of what a professional woman in the role ought to… Continue reading 356 Days of Questions: the authentic self
365 Questions, One Page Per Day: A One Year Self-Discovery Journal Day 87: What is your favourite way to deal with boredom? And what are three better ways? Well, I am not someone who has a problem with boredom. I am someone who has a problem with too many hobbies. And I'm also someone who… Continue reading 365 Days of questions: Bored?
365 Questions, One Page Per Day: A One Year Self-Discovery Journal DAY 15: In what areas of your life are you struggling most and why? So this question is a bit of a drag to think about because I am having some difficulties in a lot of areas. So... welcome to my pity party post!… Continue reading 365 days of questions: the struggle
I was talking to someone who felt like they had no purpose and meaning in life which I am sure we have at all, at one time or another, related to. Certainly, with chronic pain and vertigo being disabled you sort of struggle with that sense of purpose when you lose a lot of functionality.… Continue reading Purpose and Meaning in life
I was reading about the Sunk Cost Fallacy recently. I've heard of it before but misplaced it in my mind. And now I am reminded how much it sucks... because of the times I have done it, it rather sucked a whole lot. Maybe many of us do this and also remember how much it… Continue reading The Sunk Cost Fallacy sucks
So in mid-February I had COVID. With Asthma it was a bit rough even with being fully vaccinated. Unfortunately, some symptoms have just lingered and lingered and lingered. I am chronically ill though. So it is really hard to say if something else has gone off because of that or for some other reason or… Continue reading Lingering COVID
I was sorting through my jewelry box for that time when people tended to buy me jewelry and before they realized I don't really tend to wear it. And when I do wear it I tend to break it. And I am also allergic to nickel... so there is that issue. So I am sorting… Continue reading My magical skill is that I kill wind-up watches
Ever start working on a to-do list and it gets a bit out of control? Here is my to-do list so far Get blood work done before MRIGet MRI doneCall water company about water pressure issueTry to get account out of overdraftFind a way to magically make money for billsSolve impossible problemsHave a mini breakdownSell… Continue reading Working on a to-do list
It has made for a bit of a motivational slump when it comes to writing. And reading. And Doing. I have been able to focus on some art. I guess because it is a good distraction. Recent works You can check out my art blog at: Wayward Wyrd But I am not accomplishing other things… Continue reading Well, I am in a mood
I'm afraid I'm not the TL;DR generation. I want information. I'm the sort of person that finds something mildly intriguing and then takes a massive deep dive into research to find out way more about it. Just because. Like some sort of weirdo who likes to read and learn new things. Almost obsessively. And I… Continue reading TL;DR Too long, Didn’t read
I know personality tests are inherently flawed. They all are. Even if you are the most introspective person in the entire universe I don't think they capture who you truly are personality wise. For many reasons. One is that they are limited to broad strokes rather than nuances. But mostly because who you perceive yourself… Continue reading Internal self- Are we good narrators of our own story?
Why mine, of course. First thing Psychology Today says is necessary is the belief that paranormal activity or ghosts are actually in the realm of the possible. Well, they say 'you have to believe in ghosts.' I wouldn't go that far. I would say you have to believe they are Possible. Maybe there is no… Continue reading What cognitive style can believes in paranormal activity?
So we have had a shortage of rapid tests around here for some time but my boyfriend went to the pharmacy and they finally had some. He got two boxes free (one for me and him). I guess that you get a free one every couple of weeks depending on supplies. I had a cold… Continue reading Yep, I have COVID-19
So my hacker stalker hacked into my old Hotmail account I kept open strictly for Microsoft things. According to the junk-mail she/he/they left behind that was before may 2021 I think it said. And then they made a Facebook account with my name. And then in November they friended Me with it. So that is… Continue reading My hacker bud likes the Facebook
So my boyfriend and I had a cyber attack Event that lasted a week or more. It's hard to say because it is a sort of assault that you are trying to constantly problem solve your way through. Well, my brother and I were problem solving our way through. My boyfriend and his girlfriend are… Continue reading The Cyber Attack
So it is the end of year 2 or 15 of the pandemic and so we must make our resolutions for year 3 or 16 of the pandemic... First Resolution: Find my way out of this house I have been in hermit mode for what seems like decades now to avoid the plague. Winter has… Continue reading New Year’s Resolutions
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