I might be making less money since I started freelancing, but the ability to set - and rearrange - my own schedule is well worth the pay cut. Unfortunately, hand in hand with my utter hatred of routine is my tendency to lose interest in things. I'm get bored really quickly. The "Distracties" can creep … Continue reading 7 Reasons to Get a Routine (for Freelancers, and Everyone Else)
Sometimes our news feeds can get a bit down in the dumps. This'll cheer you up!
Your first impression could be wrong (and it might be healthier to assume it is)
I’ve been a vegetarian for almost four years. Over that time, I’ve come to learn – through both my own choices and what I hear from others – that all that descriptor really means, from a general standpoint, is “I don’t eat meat.” Vegetarian is definitely not synonymous with vegetables. I’m the absolute worst for … Continue reading 5-12 Servings a Day – Are You Kidding Me?
It doesn’t matter how many blog posts (ok, blog post titles) I read - making myself write even when I have nothing to say is just not something that comes easily to me. I think I’m one of those people (god, I hope there’s more of us) who has difficulty finding inspiration. And unfortunately, when … Continue reading Interlude: Writing when there’s nothing to write about
Yoga and I have had a complicated relationship. It's nothing either one of us has ever done, but...ok, that's a lie. It's something I've done. Something not at all surprising to anyone who knows me and my propensity for never finishing anything. I first became acquainted with yoga when I was about sixteen. Once I … Continue reading Reconnecting with Yoga
In case anyone didn't notice, yesterday was the first day of 2016. Apparently. Oh, I knew it. I heard the thumping bass through the ceiling, from the party one floor up, and the loud voices in the hallway at 10:30, just before I went to bed. But New Years hasn't really been a big deal … Continue reading Intentions