Does everyone have “When Will My Life Begin” from Disney’s Tangled stuck in their heads or is it just me? Seven a.m., the usual morning
Yesterday I over-corrected. My achievement for the day was recognizing it. Yesterday morning I wrote that I’d been unproductive and frustrated about it for days.
The past several days have been tiresome. I have the attention span of a gnat and it’s frustrating as hell. I’ve done very little studying.
Yesterday was the day the COVID-19 pandemic started to impact me in a more personal way. I hope not many of us have that happen,
It’s Monday morning and I feel as though I’m supposed to get to work. It’s March 23rd. I was laid off on February 18th. If
Anyone who has read this blog for a while knows when I get down, I want to find a solution for it. I want to
This isn’t going to be a happy post. The fact is, I’m scared right now, and I need to talk about it. If you’re already
I don’t feel the need for a long post today, so here’s a tweet I wrote yesterday. I mean, really. Who am I? This is
Yesterday’s accomplishment was focus. ADHD is a funny thing. When the brain gets excited and locks in on something, it’s intense and rather indescribable. Suffice
I officially started my journey towards passing my Project Management Professional (PMP) certification yesterday. The application to take the test is intense. I hope to
Yesterday I realized that hiring probably isn’t any company’s priority right now, and I might have a long slog ahead until I find a new
There are four types of people when it comes to Coronavirus and social distancing and staying at home. 1. It won’t happen to me so
I’m so proud of all I accomplished yesterday! First of all, I wrote a long, heartfelt post about still being able to see the world
I look at the world around me and despite the effects of the Coronavirus I am able to see the positive and feel optimism and
Getting sick is not an achievement, but appropriate mind-body connection definitely is. This is true for me in particular, since it’s something I’ve often failed