Back in the day–when I walked uphill two miles both ways and wrote blogs on a regular basis–I felt less pressure to say something profound when I started a blog post, such as: “Hi, Readers. It realize it’s been 99 days since I last posted a blog, but I’ve been waiting until this very moment … Continue reading The Great Thanksgiving
(wait for it…) Yes, wait. The saying is true. Good things are happening and I think it’s time for my blog to get a facelift. I’m sensing a change—not just my address or current country (although that will be changing soon enough), but in the energy of the universe. This will be the summer of … Continue reading Good Things Come To Those Who….
I was at work last Tuesday when I received a text notification from my friend that was simply a link. No description, preface, or explanation. I neglected to check it until I had finished my Excel sheet. When I opened my phone, I saw the article she’d sent met was this: “Dream Job Alert: The New … Continue reading Dream Job: Travel Writer to Explore 52 Destinations in 2018
I have an annoying tendency to tell people to read my blog, and it’s not always a good idea. The most regrettable population I target are guys with whom I go on dates. Typically, I don’t come at them with “Read my blog or there will be no second date,” but I adamantly talk about … Continue reading To Share or Not To Share: The Blogger’s Dilemma
Call me Joan Rivers, but it’s time for my blog to get a facelift*. *A bad analogy, perhaps, since I don’t want my blog to resemble a duck in any way. Hopefully, this is the kind of facelift that’s seen as an improvement on one’s appearance rather than one that makes people shriek, “Ohmyygawwwd … Continue reading Time For a Facelift
It’s the first day of Spring, and I couldn’t be happier! Back when I was living in New Mexico, I had no idea when Spring began. It wasn’t important because the weather didn’t change, except to get windier.* *Spring is the season of Dust in Roswell. If you think I’m lying, look at this … Continue reading Rebirth and Stuff
This past weekend I decided to say goodbye to my waitressing job. Despite the anticipated feelings of liberation and joy I thought I’d experience (something akin to running naked through a field of daisies yelling, “I’m free, I’m free!”), I felt remarkably sad. In fact, I’m tempted to call them now and say, “Hey, … Continue reading “Tangents are great” said the justification blogger