Meditation is saving my brain and my heart. I don’t remember when I first learned to meditate. I remember being required to sit every day for a period of three months back in about 2004. So it was before that.
I’ve seen two flavors of memes going around lately, and they are both problematic. One directs folks to buy stamps in order to generate income for the post office. The other directs people to do things to vote that don’t depend
I love seeing how other people organize things and solve problems. Those what’s in your bag posts? Love them. For bedbound folks, the question is usually, what’s next to your bed? We want to know how folks set up their
I know folks are feeling scared and overwhelmed with the prospect of social distancing, isolation, possibly even quarantine. Here’s a missive from someone who has experience being housebound. I’ve been mostly housebound since sometime in 2017. As of this writing,
My brain has been pretty good so far this year, which is always just a roll of the dice. I’ve probably been able to read at some point every week. I always count my books in the year I finish
I set an ambitious book goal for the year. I did not come even close to achieving it. The most important thing to know about my reading experience, is that it based on a game I like to call “library
I love finding books that stay with me for a very long time. One of the best compliments I can give a book is to say it was horrible. By which I mean, the book revealed and chewed on something
I went to the movies for the first time in about 16 months! My friend and I met up at @thecinemapolis to see Downton Abbey. Fun, fluffy, entertainment. Last year I was lying in bed one day fantasizing about going out in