Last week, here’s what I did: I kept moving. Just like I think we all do. I went to class, to work, did the homework I could remember to do, and I put one foot in front of the other. Because one thing I realized, at least for my situation, it could have been worse. So, so much worse.
Photo by Anthony Tran on Unsplash No new post from yesterday, but I promise I will be back to you all next week with a new post and an explanation. For now, take care of yourselves, take care of each other, and do something a little extra for yourself this week. See you all Friday, I hope you…Read more Until Friday…
Welcome to 2020, another year and another day to be thankful for every person who has followed me this far. And I’m starting it off doing something I’ve never done before.
Well, it’s almost the end of another calendar year and time just keeps trudging on to the end of 2019. To kick off this year, I remember calling cancel culture on new year’s resolutions—after all, sometimes they’re great and other times, they’re merely excuses for things we’re going to. Even when we usually don’t. Photo…Read more Another Year, Another Journey
The holidays are a time for your people, the ones who you value in your life and want to grow old with. If you find that you might not have anyone like that, it could be that you just need to take that step.
Weeks like this one, they’re can feel like you’re drowning before coming up for air only to find water in your lungs. Once that happens, what do you do?
Sometimes we start to ask ourselves why we do the things that we do. Whether it’s caring about people who do not deserve us or working hard at something that doesn’t require it, it’s just how we are as people. It could be a good or a bad thing, sometimes it’s both. I’ve just been wondering why.