The Creator of Lists, Destroyer of Chores

For a long time, I always created lists. Mostly I did so because I was really overwhelmed, and there were things I needed to get done with my limited time alone. When the kids were in school, it was often a rush to get to the stores and back, timing everything with their buses. When… Continue reading The Creator of Lists, Destroyer of Chores

Cleaning All the Houses

Having a tidy and organized home is, as you know, an ongoing process. The things in your home change, things are donated, thrown away, replaced (or not), and it will probably always be a work in progress. However, do you ever think about cleaning your social media "homes"? Many of us spend time on platforms… Continue reading Cleaning All the Houses

Pandemic Level Anxiety and How to Cope

Photo of germs with the words "Coronavirus Anxiety" I would pretty much say that I picked a great time to stop taking Clonopin! No, seriously though, I can say with all certainty that I could have chosen a time, any time, and there would be something that would invoke my anxiety. One cannot say though… Continue reading Pandemic Level Anxiety and How to Cope

The Conflict of Contradiction

Meme with heading "Women's Magazine: Page 14: How to lose weight fast; Page 15: You're beautiful the way you are; Page 16: Cake recipe. Women (in this case, but I realize this applies to others!) are constantly bombarded with hypocritical messages. "Lose 30 pounds by summer!", a magazine headline blares as you are waiting in… Continue reading The Conflict of Contradiction