6:30am. My room vibrates within the deep silence of the early morning as my white noise app shuts off. I instantly awaken in anticipation. I know if I don’t respond quickly my various alarms will soon begin to sound; doing their job a little too effectively some days. Another Monday morning, and another week … Continue reading
Tag Archives: change
Finding Zen During Crisis
Amidst the temptation to fear for the worst, the light of hope remains brighter still. My thoughts on our current predicament and what will come: Continue reading
Wouldn’t Want To Be Anybody Else.
It’s really fascinating to me that after moving into a life of complete uncertainty and constant change over a year and a half ago, I’m still learning how to let go and move on. Maybe it’s just me, but I thought for sure these were concepts that I would have been able to pick up … Continue reading
Let’s Just Agree to Disagree.
In a world with so much diversity of cultures, backgrounds and religious preferences why does it always seem as though we’re somehow meant to get along? Beliefs and practices are as dissimilar as night and day, and yet…when we don’t accept and tolerate those which are different from ours, we can be shamed and publicly … Continue reading
Are you really hungry? Didn’t you just eat? Are you wanting to eat because you’re bored? Maybe you just think you’re hungry because you see me eating. Kids are notorious for eating for no reason…at least in the United States. It doesn’t matter how much they’ve just had for dinner…if they see someone else eating, … Continue reading
Continuing from my previous post “M-identity”… Before I get started: I’m not a doctor, medical professional, health professional or licensed psychiatrist. I don’t suggest or intend to treat or influence anyone as such. I do not recommend or assume responsibility or liability for anything you choose to do because of any of the content of my … Continue reading
Changes. Changing. Shifting. Moving. Coming. Going. Continuously. Such is life. Easy come, easy go. Life is always working for us, if we choose to live by her rules…but how often do we flow like water with her? How simple is it to accept things as they are, even when they’re hard and uncomfortable…and especially when … Continue reading