Sitting for long periods of time can be really difficult. It's definitely not my thing. What do you do when you have to pay attention, but your limbs would rather have a party? Do meetings make you feel like a kenneled puppy? Same, bruh. Whether it’s tossing a baseball or twirling a pen, for as … Continue reading Spin, Clack, and Shake: Fidget Toy Review
Wow, I can't believe it's been 30 days already! I've had this blog for years, but like so many things in our lives, it got pushed to the side when things got busy. I wanted to make writing a priority, but always made excuses for myself. My philosophy used to be "only write when you're … Continue reading Training Your Brain for Inspiration: 30-Day Writing Challenge in Review
*ring* *ring* *ring* "Hi, you've reached..." Nope. Next. *ring* *ring* *ring* "Thanks for calling, unfortunately..." Ugh. Fine. Next. *ring* *ring* *ring* "Hello, sorry I'm not available right now...." Oh. My. God. Why is everyone busy? Don't they know I have a daily spoken word quota I need to meet? This might not be a shock … Continue reading To Talk or Not to Talk: Are You an Introvert or Extrovert?
Looking for a new job is draining. For those in the market for a change, searching the various listings can be tedious and, at times, a little overwhelming. Then, when you find a job you're excited about, you just hope and pray the feelings are mutual. While freelancing this summer, I've also been looking for … Continue reading The Job Hunt is Exhausting
Here's the post everyone's been waiting for! You know, the one that makes me sound like a retired, middle-aged man. Moving right along, I really enjoy playing golf. Swinging at things, in a non-violent way, of course, is one of my favorite ways to blow off steam and clear my mind. I went to the driving … Continue reading Life Tips From an Amateur Golfer
The first seizure I remember having was when I was about 6 or 7 years old. I was sitting in the backseat of the car talking with my family. We were in a parking lot waiting for my dad to finish his errands. As a chatty kid (and now adult), I was in the middle … Continue reading Growing Up With Absence Seizures
“I know this now. Every man gives his life for what he believes. Every woman gives her life for what she believes. Sometimes people believe in little or nothing, and yet they give their lives to that little or nothing. One life is all we have and we live it as we believe in living … Continue reading URGENT: Your Life is Calling