People have often recommended to me that I must try a bullet journal, if I truly want to keep myself organized. When I watched Ryder Carroll's You Tube video on why and how he created the bullet journal for himself, I definitely felt that "click" in my brain that tells me someone is speaking my … Continue reading Watch the Bullets – an experiment
I used to strive mightily to keep my personal and professional identities separate and somewhat walled off from each other. I realize now I did that out of fear, and related to a memory of a former boss using my personal life against me in my professional world. It caused me to contract and curl … Continue reading Personal vs professional – erasing my border wall
On Tuesday I was set to do my semi-monthly financial accounting. I did not want to do it, and I could feel myself procrastinating and avoiding it as much as possible. So I practiced something I have learned to help me figure out my thoughts when I am having trouble moving forward - a thought … Continue reading Drama vs math – on financial clarity
I have made a big decision about what I will do for self-development this year, and I am excited to commit to it. Y'all know I am a big fan of yoga. I practice typically 4-6 times a week for an hour or more each session. Yoga and meditation have changed my brain. These practices … Continue reading A yoga evangelist gets serious
Calvin in distress. Vet cannot tell what is wrong. Still a mystery.
Whee! Photo credit link Two deadlines today on projects! I am nearly done with both of them but it was a little tricky to juggle this weekend. Doing final formatting and editing, but am reserving time for that, so this will be brief. Those who freelance: what is your favorite way of juggling multiple projects? … Continue reading Writing deadlines