Whether you’re injured, burned out, recovering from disaster or heartbreak or illness, convalescing is Booooooring. Doing nothing is not something we are used to doing. But doing nothing is an important part of getting back on your feet. It is innate in us to try and FIX the problem, take the ACTION that resolves the issue, … More The Art of Doing Nothing
Some days are hard (a lot of them lately). I’m not much for posting/tweeting about that for a number of reasons. Firstly ’cause I think the internet if plenty full of whiny complaint and I don’t need to add to it; but probably mainly because when things get rough I tend to turtle, turn in … More Pity Party
So, after doing the WRONG thing for 83 days, I now have 17 days to come to terms with over two decades of chronic illness (with acceptance not resignation) and find a way to build a meaningful life within my limitations. Nothing like a hot deadline to motivate a girl!
The idea of being stuck is rooted in the belief where you are is different than where you should be. The definition of stupid is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. Being as I just last week posted something I wrote 2 years ago on taking risks and falling … More Day 83 – resignation isn’t the same thing as acceptance
Wow, less than three weeks left on my 100 day project! The tail end of it kinda snuck up on me, around the 50 mark I felt totally done with the cursed thing, so amazing to come up for air and discover I’m in the home stretch now. Been looking back to the beginning and … More Day 82 – still stuck, small successes