Perception

  I’m sitting here watching videos on YouTube about following your dreams, how to find your “passion” and clicking around to different things and I find this one person speaking about Millennials and companies leadership skills and how they’re lacking to empower their workers of that generation. He describes Millennials as young adults from ’84… Continue reading Perception

A Helping Hand

  Going it alone. For some I don’t think it’s possible. If you were truly going it alone, I think you’d be like my fantasy living situation: In a cave, with good internet, never seeing anyone in person. Silly but that’s the way I feel. When I was a kid I was alone a lot.… Continue reading A Helping Hand

Eye of the Storm

  I can say that at first I had actually been feeling  a bit better for a few weeks. A bit hopeful. At first I was even writing more and started working in my shops again and it felt good even to be doing little things again. But then I realized if I was to stay… Continue reading Eye of the Storm

What Is Self-Care?

  Self-care is something I don’t think I knew about until at least six years ago, maybe even longer. Maybe it’s also something I’ve been doing all my life. Maybe it just didn’t have a term until recently. I am an only child of a single mother. I had to do a lot of things… Continue reading What Is Self-Care?

Love & Other…Stuff

“I’m trying to figure you out.” Says my new friend. How do I explain to a teenager without over-explaining and trying to keep it PG? I’m not anything special to figure out. If I’m supposed to be figured out, no one has yet! Haha! I don’t think people are things to figure out. I do… Continue reading Love & Other…Stuff

The Mooch Friend

A friend I guess I’m closest to (as far as how well she knows me and in other ways how close she lives to me compared to friends I’ve made who live out of state & even different countries) asked if I’m staying in my apartment another asked month. I basically told her what I’d… Continue reading The Mooch Friend

Masking Emotions

I think as children a majority of us were taught to just “suck it up”. To keep a “stiff upper lip” and all that instead of learning how to express with and deal with our emotions in a healthy manner. I think it’s important even as an adult to be able to sit for a… Continue reading Masking Emotions