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January 2021

Circadian Rhythm

I’ve reached the point in my life where I am ready to fully surrender to the idea that I need in excess of eight hours actual sleep every night, if the next day is not going to be a slog of irritable lassitude. Thank you again, Surprise Christmas Fitbit. I have been very interested in… Read More »Circadian Rhythm

(Runaway) trains of thought

There are two main things I worry about unnecessarily. The first is my parenting decisions (especially the largely insignificant ones). The second is the wording of emails I send. Last night I probably spent 3 hours wondering and/or researching whether refusing to give my son a bedtime snack when he said he was hungry was… Read More »(Runaway) trains of thought

Bedroom athletics

I have a new fun thing to do before bed. I jog on the spot with my eyes closed and imagine I am running through beautiful scenery. Maybe it’s the effects of lockdown, but for some reason I find it enjoyable in a way it shouldn’t reasonably be. It might even be better than the… Read More »Bedroom athletics

Positive regard

Seems silly to kill a streak for no good reason. Dave Hause sent me down a little winding path of nostalgia today. I haven’t spent much time looking back this past year. I mean, I have in an unwitting, flashbacky sort of way, when my pain has overridden my reason and demanded I gallop through… Read More »Positive regard

Dave Hause

I didn’t make any resolutions about this blog. My resolution this year is to get filthy rich. To be as selfish and glorious as I was always destined to be. To cultivate my Great-and-Terrible-Queen-type energy. But mainly to get filthy rich. I think that’s really all I came here to say. And when I opened… Read More »Dave Hause

The threat of unwholesome torment

I was probably a little unfair to myself in my last post. There are some uncomfortable things that I was more than happy to continue enduring long after my untimely demise. The wrong things. It’s probably only been in the last few months that the don’t be a sucker, it’s not worth it advice has… Read More »The threat of unwholesome torment