A few weeks ago, I woke up on a Monday morning to an email from my editor saying that she was really pleased with the latest manuscript of the book I’m writing, and that she’d sent it out to the production team for copy editing, typesetting, and printing. At first thought, this is great news. … More Letting Go
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1. It’s okay to try new things For a long time, I was really insistent that I didn’t like cold brew coffee (I like things acidic, or so I said), and that I absolutely despised weight lifting. But thanks to my sister, my sentiments towards both of those things have changed. I am currently obsessed … More 5 Thoughts
I used to do intermittent fasting before it was trendy. In fact, it was so long ago that it wasn’t even called intermittent fasting. It was called “skipping breakfast,” and it went something like this: Wake up. Don’t eat breakfast. Eat lunch. (Maybe) eat a snack. Eat dinner. Don’t eat any more. And it worked … More My Experience With Intermittent Fasting (AKA a Post About Breakfast)
Last summer, I was having some problems with my eye, which led to me getting an MRI of my head and brain. (Fortunately, I have no more news to report on that note.) In any case, I was given a disc copy of the imaging and pretty much immediately brought it home to start studying … More How Well Do You REALLY Know Yourself?