Dear Dan Harmon

Dear Dan Harmon, I’m just a (gibberish1, I know you don’t care.) I just wanted to say (gibberish2, I know you don’t give a damn.) So yeah, I hope you (gibberish3, I know you don’t care,) and (gibberish4, I know you don’t give a damn.) You really (gibberish5) me. (Gibberish6) you, Pearl   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9C1BCAgu2I8 1…… Continue reading Dear Dan Harmon

Staying the Course: How to Reach Your Goal

A lot of us know how to set goals. Boy, can we set them. But we set goals and then something happens between start and finish, and our goals remain un-reached, despite our earnest desires and efforts. Why? The answer I propose is that as we near a goal, we change. And this change in…… Continue reading Staying the Course: How to Reach Your Goal

Benefits of Quarantine: Blessings in Disguise

I, too, am annoyed by any person that says “Aw shucks, I don’t want global quarantine to end, it’s been fun!” But… I will admit there are many benefits that come as a result of the COVID19 quarantines. Here are four that I’ve experienced personally, making me believe some side-effects of the global pandemic are…… Continue reading Benefits of Quarantine: Blessings in Disguise

The Quietness of Self-Care

I’ve been researching a lot on co-dependency. I’m more aware of the symptoms and patterns of codependent behavior, and being open to this knowledge is helping me to re-focus my intent and actions. The thing is, I often find myself wanting to instigate something exciting, only to stop myself, because yay for non-manipulative, authentic interactions.…… Continue reading The Quietness of Self-Care