In my search for new social media sites to use, one that started popping up was CounterSocial. I've looked into a few others and because of it's intention to keep privacy good (and the stories of Elon Musk buying Twitter making the site suddenly popular), I finally found some info on it. FYI--this writer has … Continue reading Well, I gave the site CounterSocial a shot… and somehow screwed it up to the point where I deleted it in a hurry…
Not one for binge-watching, but spent all last night with “Chernobyl” for the first time… & it was dreadfully amazing.
I could probably find a better description for the HBO mini-series, but that's what's come up after I went to bed to kind of mull over my impressions of what I'd seen. As a history-buff, anything based on a true story is pretty well up for the viewing, especially if I've read up on the … Continue reading Not one for binge-watching, but spent all last night with “Chernobyl” for the first time… & it was dreadfully amazing.
A fascinating clue about why my attempts to create good habits to workout & eat better have failed for years…
Lately I've been catching videos in my YouTube feed from Obese to Beast (which I think is rather interesting and I like his measured approach to analyzing things and answering questions). He made a reaction video to a TED Talk about women's inability to lose weight. I listened to a couple of minutes of it, … Continue reading A fascinating clue about why my attempts to create good habits to workout & eat better have failed for years…
The Tax-man cometh (or rather, I go-eth), financial brain farts, & I take the plunge…
You know those days where an hour or two into them, you firmly believe you should kick off your shoes, go to bed, pull the covers over your head, and start over tomorrow? Yeah, it was one of those. Too many things going wrong or weird, and I was running around so much I couldn't … Continue reading The Tax-man cometh (or rather, I go-eth), financial brain farts, & I take the plunge…
Borrowed Q #157: Jan 6, 2021 was… a “revolution” of what, exactly?
This is just a small question in a fabulous post by the great John Pavlovitz written two days ago. I had to think of what was bugging me (other than everything) about the "Tit Offensive" as some have called it ("Beer Gut Putsch" works, too). But that's what I found disconcerting, because from my understanding, … Continue reading Borrowed Q #157: Jan 6, 2021 was… a “revolution” of what, exactly?
Republicans Did Their Homework
While I'm a big believer in the concept of fair play, when one side writes their own rules while trying to tear the "everybody" rules to pieces, it's time for the other side to do something else. You can't explain or reason with a hungry cannibal; it's gonna tear you to pieces. REBLOG from Armchair … Continue reading Republicans Did Their Homework
Sugar Shock!: How sweets & simple carbs can derail your life–& how you can get back on track, by Connie Bennett, C.H.H.C. & Stephen T. Sinatra, M.D.
My Copy: 9780425213575 (image from bn.com) I skipped this book to the head of the line when I was about to go to the hospital for scoping procedures and knew my eating habits would need to be changed. I've been wanting to do so, but this book had some great wake-up calls and reminders to … Continue reading Sugar Shock!: How sweets & simple carbs can derail your life–& how you can get back on track, by Connie Bennett, C.H.H.C. & Stephen T. Sinatra, M.D.
What do Foreign Correspondents Think of the U.S.? (video from The New Yorker)
This just happened to pop up in my YouTube feed this morning and I had to watch it several times. It's what the title says, and it's enlightening and disheartening all at the same time. Journalists are not the freaking enemy of the people. They are OF the people more than the damned politicians, for … Continue reading What do Foreign Correspondents Think of the U.S.? (video from The New Yorker)
A Very Stable Genius: Donald J. Trumps testing of America, by Philip Rucker & Carol Leonnig
My Copy: 9781984877499 (image from bn.com) This one was a tough read. Not that it was overly complicated or anything, but it was like reading Fear all over again, but with a broader view. Sifting through the catastrophuck that is the Trump Administration a second time around (and I haven't even gotten to Rage yet)... … Continue reading A Very Stable Genius: Donald J. Trumps testing of America, by Philip Rucker & Carol Leonnig
Q #117: How do you find your dreams again, or make new ones?
This feels like a dumb question to me, but it's one that's been on my mind for some time. I had dreams about how I wanted my life to turn out: a good teaching job, hubby and kids, not filthy rich but comfortable enough and not one paycheck away from losing everything or being unable … Continue reading Q #117: How do you find your dreams again, or make new ones?