I am not talking about the switch grandma put on your bare legs. Yeah, that hurt. Discipline to improve yourself to grow as a decent human hurts too. Making a plan, seeing it through, doing the right thing, and improving is worth all the pain it takes to get there. After the pain comes the… Continue reading Discipline is painful
Ever seen a funeral where people start laughing? Ever seen a person colapse with tears? Ever seen someone so frustrated that they growl? Stress is a weird thing. It demands attention. If you ignore it you will get sick or have a mental breakdown. Stress shows up when life is going well and when it… Continue reading Stress is Weird
Home is where your family lives. It is where you feel safe. Home is not supposed to be a scary and bad. Do what you can to make your home safe and happy. Everyone deserves a home. Everyone.
We are moving next week. Packing and cleaning and sorting, oh my! So many things to remember. Did we call the let me fix that for you company? Did we schedule the window shiners and grout washers? Do we empty the freezer now or wait for a full moon? Do we really need all this… Continue reading Relocating is a Bear
Being a human #125 Be courageous and stand up for yourself. Sometimes you are your only advocate.
Last day of March. Decisions have been made. Sitting at a crossroads, one last decision to make once we get one more answer from an outsider. Did I mention that I am not good at waiting?
Casual hobbies are a must for relaxing your brain. Even those past times that seem violent on the surface will relax the participants. Archery, target shooting, football, boxing, gaming or competition knitting. Find your way to relax. Don’t worry about the naysayers. They can find their own zen.
One adulting skill that does not come naturally is adaptability. You must learn to move and adjust your sails on the raging ocean that is this life. There is a difference when talking about evolution and adapting. You do not need to evolve into a different human type. Stay true to who you are; however,… Continue reading Day 64
Today is the day I officially start a new writing project. It’s easy when starting any project to feel overwhelmed. Keeping things organized and in perspective helps ward off anxiety. Adulting is hard. Which is strange to say because I feel the same in my brain as I did when I was in my twenties.… Continue reading Day 63
I laughed way to hard about this quote. “I thought raising teenagers would be like those goofy old Brady Bunch episodes about curfews, acne and dating. It’s not. It’s more like Survivor meets Dateline – hang in there and don’t murder anyone.” I wish I knew who wrote it. I would laugh and cry with… Continue reading Day 51