Category Archives: mental health
We’re starting to move away from that time of the year again. It’s that time when everything is beautifully green and needing weeding and trimming and mowing and admiring and the lakes are beautiful, and really, shouldn’t we be out … Continue reading
It was yesterday. And I behaved very much like an adult. I had just gotten up from my post-Vancouver-conference-trip sleepathon, and was happy to see my friend Helen stop by for tea. She didn’t just come to visit, though: she … Continue reading
I paused for a moment on twitter this week, when @meganmonique asked the crowd about a-ha moments. Her question made me think, “Have I had an a-ha moment today?” I realized that I can make a difference to the energy … Continue reading
Two new things! I love them both, and they are so good together! 1. feel good cards, from up up creative. As Julie puts it on the etsy page: “In case of mood emergency, print these.” These are lovely little … Continue reading
It was a relaxing holiday, complete with laughs on new year’s eve: supplied by one and a half seasons of Flight of the Conchords. “Ou est la piscine?” “Je ne comprend pas” “hm? splish splash. . .”
A dip back into depression, and a Kids in the Hall episode to explain how things have been working for me. Continue reading
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