Saturday, August 23, 2008


Hey, so I was just inspired to broadcast the fact that I am inspired by my friend Melia. Her blog Reschool Yourself (see left) documents the journey of her decision to reschool herself. And as I watch her video clips, she is tired, pulled in many directions, persistently trying, and it gives me a surge of happiness to see what she is doing. The self-care we will remind her about as she needs it, reminding her that we would all like to see her healthy and happy and relaxed and full of life: life-ful!

Saturday, August 9, 2008

Unearthing the Victories

So a long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away know as California, my friend Melia passed on to me this bit of wisdom: to get some clarity and positivity out of a long day, think about three things that you would call Victories. Victories over: fatigue, procrastination, negative thinking, wasteful habits, whatever else you're striving to do better on. These three little things will remind you that you're a winner! in the Game of Your Life... lol. They do make you feel better. :o)
Friday, 8/08/08:
1) Got absorbed into work research and kept a list of sites visited so I didn't get lost and keep visiting the same places over and over again (organization for effectiveness)
2) Finally went through my edition of The Santa Clara- Winter 2007 with a fine tooth comb so that I could recycle it instead of moving with it yet again (along with a *few* other magazines...) (decluttering)
3) Fixed myself a snack lunch composed of crackers with pesto and robusto cheese, and cottage cheese with strawberries. Delicious and nutricious! sort of. :o) (health and happiness)

Sunday, August 3, 2008

First Ever Step into Blogspot World

Hi y'all. Since I have concluded from substantive quantitative studies that none of you (except Emiley) are aware that Xanga exists, I have decided to switch over to the more traversed Blogger environment.
I don't plan to make any extra effort to keep it updated; after all, I am not doing anything too terribly exciting, so it will continue to serve as a convenient black hole where I can express my angst or joyfulness, depending on the moment. Maybe someone might comment.
That's all for now.