Okay, so, to be clear, he’s not *really* my friend, but, we live in a ‘clickbait’ society, do we not? This blog post is an open letter about a man who 1.) helped me get through both middle school and grief and the pandemic year and 2.) is one of THE MOST underrated frontmen of one of THE MOST awesome yet under-appreciated rock bands, like … Continue reading My friend, Gavin Rossdale
I’ve had health problems for almost my entire life. I’ve even written two books and an award-winning blog about all of it! But, they never really “got to me” until recently. The past year or so have been tough, to say the least. But — if I’m being honest, it’s the last decade, really. Sure, I dealt with RA & JIA, OA, Celiac, Bell’s Palsy, … Continue reading Joint Decisions and the Analysis Paralysis of My Summer
Okay, this post might be controversial to some, but if you’re already feeling uncomfortable, I urge you to read the whole thing. Basically, I’m sharing a few Facebook posts I made recently because — well, because it’s my blog and I wanna. Haha. In all honesty – it’s because I do have a modest platform and readership. Thus, I feel I called and compelled to … Continue reading Some thoughts on race, culture, mental illness, and ignorance. Yeah – this should go well.
I don’t intentionally procrastinate, but … it does happen. A lot. I’m off work today as a part of a staycation that began on Friday. In addition to our little getaway to Seven Springs Mountain Resort, my goal was to get some ‘housekeeping’ stuff done with my websites and other things relating to my writing and ‘side hustles’ outside of my full-time day job. The … Continue reading The Art of Procrastinating