Monthly Archives: March 2018

B.H. B.S. – a syndrome of our times.

Even though I’ve sworn off buying self-help books, I still find myself gravitating toward writings on productivity, beating procrastination, and working through issues to get to resolving goals. Medium.com has been one place I’ve read articles, finding some helpful kernels … Continue reading

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It takes time.

This is the over-arching lesson I’ve learned today. Although it should be something I know, and I knew it somewhat on some level, I see that much of my failing, crashing, and freezing comes from trying to do what I … Continue reading

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Parsing out a dream or two

Once again, the dreaming brain was busy last eve. In one of them, I was in a class that was about something I know nothing about. It was like a mix of ballet, fashion, and historical politics. I didn’t remember … Continue reading

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Decluttering.

Because of the popularity of Marie Kondo’s KonMari method for decluttering, everyone thinks of decluttering as that systematic paring down of physical items. Go through your stuff one by one, hold it, if it doesn’t bring joy, get rid of … Continue reading

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