Work-life balance is a good thing, right? Something worth talking about and fighting for? If so, then why does the mention of it make the skeptical hairs on the back of my neck stand at attention? There’s something wrong here.
As I keep trying to push my life further, I keep coming up against the same brick wall: my introversion. It’s a wall I didn’t want to accept existed but embracing it has too many benefits to ignore.
Writing without thinking is better when you’re drinking. Too bad I wrote this sober because it goes straight to nowhere.
After 100 posts I offer up some stats, some thoughts and a poop emoji or two.
The big surprise result from tracking my sleep for the past year is how much time I spend awake during seemingly restful nights.
That may sound like a confusing title but it’s only because it’s the goddamn key to everything in your entire universe in four words. You have to want the right things.
Staying busy is a quality tool to keep the mind running smooth. It works even if the things you keep busy with are completely pointless.
I wanted to write a short bio for this site. But trying to describe yourself in a paragraph is like eating watermelon on a trampoline. It feels stupid and even if you succeed it makes you take a long, hard look at yourself.
This one doesn’t count.
In some areas, the difference between resetting and restarting can be fundamental. A look at two of those areas, including a look at my area.