“Sorry, it’s my Facebook (or, other social medium) I can post what I want to.” Why do we feel the need to apologize for posting to our own social media accounts? I’m not talking blatantly offensive material, I’m talking things along the line of “too many” cat memes, “too many” bikini pics, “too many” photos … More I am not sorry, I’m not sorry
I was never an athletic child growing up. I didn’t play any sports. I couldn’t run more than an eighth of a mile; I would get one of those awful cramps in my side. I only rode my bike to my friend’s house, and maybe the convenience store every now and again. I did the … More I Be Up In the Gym Just Working on My Fitness
As cliché as it may seem, I wish more peopled subscribed to the notion of, “if you can’t say anything, say nothing at all.” I’ll get on Facebook, see an article with a purposefully controversial headline, and then click the comments. It’s nothing but people posting their nasty or negative comments, or arguing with people … More Positive Life
Separation can be good. My husband and I have been married for almost 16 years. While that isn’t anywhere near the 50+ years my grandparents were married. Or, even the 38 years my parents have been married; it is a long time to spend with someone. We separated for nine months. He moved out. We … More We Were on a Break!
I am indecisive. It’s the anxiety. I wasn’t always this way. I used to make decisions. I have lost confidence in my ability to make decisions. I think access to the internet, and so many opinions and reviews, has made it difficult for me to make a decision. I’ll see the high rating, and then … More Anxious and Indecisive
I constantly say I am going to write more, but then when I actually have time to do it, I don’t have motivation. Truth be told, I have been in a serious state of Major Depression for the past several months. I cannot seem to find motivation to do anything. My workouts have gotten rather … More I’m Serious This Time; I Promise.
I am the worst about keeping up with this blogging thing. I write. Usually, it’s in my journal when I am frustrated or annoyed, and to be quite honest, I find it easier to pull out a notebook and pen, than to fire up the laptop, particularly in moments of emotional stress. I am going … More I’m a Terrible Blogger