Ever realize that you seem to have so much going on that odd things are happening? I wouldn't mind so much if I were distRActed (i.e. distracted by Richard Armitage, for the uninitiated), but that does not seem to be the case. Now I'm not sure whether I've permanently "lost that loving feeling" (as the … Continue reading DistRActed? or Just Distracted?
So tired, can’t work anymoreWon’t sleep… don’t want toCan’t give up the time aloneBut it is guilt-coloured andSpent on a routine of TV and chips Too tired for anything elseToo aware of the stolen time lost(They don’t pay me enough for this)Stress at home; stress at workBoth now are the same place Home is where … Continue reading Evening to Morning
I stumbled across a newish musical group that I really like. I'm with Her has been called a folk supergroup, with three female singer-songwriter-instrumentalists getting together in gorgeous harmony with bluegrass and roots stylings. (They remind me a bit of the more bluegrassy Dixie Chicks songs.) Before you ask, I'm with Her had their name … Continue reading Stress Relief – A Concert – I’m with Her
I've been feeling really stressed lately and any sort of "balance" seems far out of reach. I used to joke that I don't have "work/life balance", I have "work/work balance"! But I don't even think that's really the problem. I precariously juggle work and life (defined for me as family obligations) without dropping too many … Continue reading The Elusive “Balance”
A few years ago, I wrote a piece for our Wellness Newsletter at work, which I wanted to share with you now. I was reminded of this earlier article after reading Heather Parish's latest blog post on "Stress and Fangirling" here. While my mini-vacation specifics have changed a bit since I wrote the article, my methods have … Continue reading Taking a mini-vacation… Stress relief without travel!