I stopped writing because I didn’t feel like I had much to say. Laid off from my job, at home all day every day, time
I’m not okay, and I know it’s okay to not be okay, and I’m being patient and accepting of the not-okay. It’s been hard, though,
I don’t give a fuck what you need to do to get through this. I just want you to have something. Whether it’s active or
Yesterday, I achieved the impossible. I achieved balance. I woke up early, as I usually tend to. I worked out. I did laundry. I vacuumed.
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.
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
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
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
One of the key challenges while unemployed has been not letting my body stagnate. It was already difficult to make sure my body moved frequently
One of the weirdest things about being laid off is the way others respond. People are, understandably, freaked out at the idea of losing their
It is Monday morning and I haven’t left the house since Friday morning. This is not how I want my period of unemployment to look.
I was laid off from my job of 14 years last week and my energy and brain-space are intense right now. I feel floaty. There
Well, hello there, emotions. Unemployment day 3 was yesterday. I knew the feeling of shock and numbness about being laid off would give way to
Once upon a time, I did a year of “days of joy” posts on Facebook. I didn’t know I would wind up with a cohesive