The problem with eating is when you're having to battle a mental hurtle to consume the calories that it takes to live another day. I've been having a few "Bad eating" days. The bad part isn't junk food... it's the lack of wanting to eat at all. I'll be STARVING, look at our fully stocked … Continue reading The Problem with Eating
Riding the Cycle of Almost Getting It Done
My goals for 2023 were: Stream 4 days a week, publish book 4, write a blog once (maybe twice) a week, focus on my physical health. So far I've been focusing on my physical health, blogging when I remember, perpetually almost done with book 4 and I have streamed once in over a month. I've … Continue reading Riding the Cycle of Almost Getting It Done
Reframing Fitness as Physical Health for Mental Wellbeing
There is A LOT of toxicity in gym culture and by proxy, diet culture. So much so that I googled, "fitness memes" and it took me twenty minutes before I could find one that is humorous without being down right degrading to either the person in the picture or the reader. After years of working … Continue reading Reframing Fitness as Physical Health for Mental Wellbeing
Today is a ‘Bad Focus’ day.
I've been spiraling for well over a week now. To cope I've thrown myself into writing my fourth book, going out for a walk and incorporating meatless meals to the dinner rotation. Oh, and I'm counting ounces to make sure I am drinking enough water. I'm actually using my Fitbit for more than just a … Continue reading Today is a ‘Bad Focus’ day.
Hyperbolic Inertia: Emotional Dissonance
Yay, math and big words! I've already scared some of you away. I hope you actually stay though. I had this thought this morning while I was trying to accomplish fifteen things to get to my "I need to do this"... thing. (See, I'm not so dry and educational after all! Mouth gibberish is what … Continue reading Hyperbolic Inertia: Emotional Dissonance
Alexa, What Day Is It?
You made it! You did the thing! You survived the holidays. You swallowed the stress and just let things happen around you. Or maybe you didn't but you're still here anyway? Either way, HOORAY FOR US! Now we're in that pocket of space where some of us go back to the daily work grind while … Continue reading Alexa, What Day Is It?
Bury it in the backyard
Old post from a previous blog. Dated: 3/4/2014 Anger takes so much out of me. Its exhausting to be this angry all day. Sleep is but a whisper when I need so much if it. Coffee just stirs the acids in my stomach and gives me cramps. My lack of sleep just makes me more … Continue reading Bury it in the backyard
A Plea of Reasoning from a Prior Retail Associate: A short list of guidelines
This rant may come off a bit ableist but I want to preface that this argument is for those that are able-bodied enough to avoid these behaviors. The holidays are upon us already! Back-to-school shopping started in July. Retail companies are already putting out Christmas decorations. If you've never worked retail or any job with … Continue reading A Plea of Reasoning from a Prior Retail Associate: A short list of guidelines
Boomer Feminism: A Way to Divide Us in the War Against Minorities & The 99%
Photo by Olya Kobruseva on Pexels.com Boomer Feminism: Female Purists, demanding those assigned women at birth to fight for their existence as "real" women in an attempt to have "equal rights" without really aspiring to equalize humans through their TERF stance on womanhood. https://twitter.com/mrstschinkel/status/1544119979401826305?s=20&t=zJRtpCguahbWy1GbgeNrCg https://twitter.com/ourobororoboruo/status/1544098613915172865?s=20&t=zJRtpCguahbWy1GbgeNrCg Trans humans have suffered enough. Statistically, Trans humans are the … Continue reading Boomer Feminism: A Way to Divide Us in the War Against Minorities & The 99%
Pride is ALL year!
Photo by Karolina Grabowska on Pexels.com It's the day before pride kicks off. I've already started losing followers on my facebook page. Every June I lose roughly 100 followers on my Twitter due to my pride posting (and maybe my birthday posting too?) throughout the month. I'm not sad to see these people go, to … Continue reading Pride is ALL year!