Yesterday, as you our lovely readers and followers know, was the passing of Leonard Nimoy. Who indeed was a great man, able to wear make up and say on point one liners such as this: Which has without a doubt gone down in history as the words we say…on any given occasion to provide encouragement … More Logically Illogical
Finding Felicity: A blog aiming to raise awareness to patient autonomy and Acute Myeloid Leukemia, a debilitating cancer with personal significance. This site, albeit with a public health agenda, embraces the notion that raising awareness can be accomplished in tandem with any interesting writing, regardless of the topic. A Therapeutic Passage. A cultural segue to … More Madness
I’m going to let you into my realm of thought this morning. This is about a lot of things, in no certain order. But I hope you’re encouraged by it. We are (all of us) heroes. YES. There are definitive moments in our lives which become descriptors of our character. The moment you borrowed … More Stream of Conscious (#stayweird)
I spend time in my brain; I go up there, take out a thought I leaf through it and I place it back in its spot. Finding Felicity: A blog aiming to raise awareness to patient autonomy and Acute Myeloid Leukemia, a debilitating cancer with personal significance. This site, albeit with a public health agenda, … More zoning out (in my mind palace)
This isn’t innocent, this isn’t Walt Disney’s Cinderella.
Actually, go out, watch Fifty Shades of Grey, then donate blood, or donate blood and then watch it, you’ll swoon a more easily. … More unFifty
If, like me, you’ve never found yourself with a significant other on February 14th, you’ve probably saved yourself a lot of money over the years. You’ve probably also had a lot of wildly varying feelings about Valentine’s Day. Or maybe not, maybe you’re cool and calm and collected and utterly unfazed by little things like … More Valentine’s Day Reading List for Singles
I bought a magic scale for 200 dollars (although you can get cheaper ones off eBay). I remember telling my boyfriend at the time, Harley, about it. I said, “My metabolic age is 12.”
“What does that mean?”
“It means that the age of my body on the inside, is 12.”
He continued to scoff, as I continued to tell him the numbers – body fat percentage, physique rating, etc. When I took the Tanita scale out, he got excited.
“Put it down, put it down. I want to get on it!”
Someone should have warned me about how emotional people get when a square piece of metal and plastic shows a number.
Then 39, the scale said that his metabolic age was 33, not too bad. Four months later, I put him on the scale again. His metabolic age was higher this time, 37. He was indignant.
“This is b***s***!” … More 28, 19 and 12 – Three Magic Numbers
Will you Trust like a fork. In different ways. Hug like a spoon. With all your heart. Love like a knife. Steady, sharp and intense. Think about it, Lift your feet up, Pull away from the edge. Leap, Unclench your teeth Loosen your grasp Jump with your mind Body Soul Be whole If you live … More Cutlery
What is it about change everyone hates? Well for one, we’re alive so we dislike change because we know nothing BUT the state of being alive. Life is monotonous, we really only know how to be alive, not dead or floating in the afterlife, in any other higher state like paranormal phantom embodiment, or long morphing … More 14 Signs You Hate Change