Well, the weather outside is frightful :)

Whoever said this lives in the Taiga that is Minnesota–or maybe Manitoba.  Because, well, it’s the truth.  Honesty is a virtue, right?  😉 What does “frightful” mean, anyway?  Well, it could take on any one or combo of several meanings.  It could be the first-snowstorm-in-30-years event that we had in South Texas, but we’re not … More Well, the weather outside is frightful 🙂

Memories of clinging

During the years of 2010, 2011, and even 2012, I blogged a lot on here. I shared with you my favorite books, CDs, music genres, websites, my health issues, and how damn good it felt to leave Dallas for greener and hillier San Antonio pastures. I talked about how good it felt to have graduated … More Memories of clinging

Beating anxiety (How it feels to start a business)

I’m cold. I’m wrapped in a blanket, even though anyone else would say it’s plenty warm in the room.  I want nothing more than to disappear, to become one with the blankets I’m wrapped up in. I’m quiet. Incapable of saying much.  My brain is far too busy and conflicted for that.  I am petrified, … More Beating anxiety (How it feels to start a business)

Live through this

I can’t say much right now, but if your Survivalist instincts are starting to tingle in response to a combination of general unrest, the erosion of our American freedoms and rights, the dwindling of our resources (water, oil, land, etc), the weakening of the dollar, and the sorry state of the economy, well, you better … More Live through this

The green mile

Slowly hitting me recently is the realization that we are really and truly coming down the back stretch.  Of our school careers, I mean.  We’ve been professional students for the past 8 years and it’s time to close that chapter and open a new one already. Of course, contrary to the usual damning implication of … More The green mile

For massage therapists: Preventing burnout

Hello, fellow terapistas!  Sorry long time no deliver.  Time to make up for lost time.  Kind of like a crack mom just released from rehab, trying to re-insert herself into her kids’ lives.  Only I’m not actually going to hell.  Can’t promise the same for the aforementioned. So anyway, there’s a stat out there that … More For massage therapists: Preventing burnout