Blogging Authentically

Blogging Authentically

I read a great blog post about being authentic. It wasn’t from a blogger I follow, and have no idea where it was from, which sucks because I’d love to link to it so EVERYONE can read it. One of the most challenging things as a blogger is that we are usually sharing our lives…

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Apathy

Apathy: lack of interest, enthusiasm, or concern.

Apathy: I’m not sure when it happened, looking back now. It was a gradual decent for me, as I imagine it is for everyone. But suddenly, I found myself uninspired by life and my once engaged person just didn’t care anymore. I don’t care if you like me, my self worth is not measure by…

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Mr. T Killed My Childhood with Just Four Words

  • Mr T Killed My Childhood with Just Four Words
  • Oh Mr. T, You Stabbed Me Right in the Childhood

  It was a pretty unassuming day; the day I can honestly say I realized my childhood was dead. We had walked the beach with friends and picked up some tasty pastries at a local bakery. Maybe not a “normal” day for us, but an enjoyable one. Maybe that should have tipped us off. Maybe…

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Why It’s Called a Broken Heart 

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There are these moments in life… the miliseconds after someone says something so hurtful that it takes your breath away. that moment before your brain has even registered what the person said, but your heart is already wounded, shattered, and lying at your feet.   And it won’t matter what the person says or does next….

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How I Lost My Identity as a Blogger

  • How I Lost My Identity as a Blogger

  I have been a blogger for so long at this point that it almost makes me a hipster. I’ve been blogging that long. Seriously. But the reality is that in all of those years of blogging, I belonged to a single niche. It was the niche I unwittingly entered when I launched my first…

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The Arthritis Wrecking Ball

  • The Arthritis Wrecking Ball

  There are mornings I wake up and yawn and stretch and wiggle my toes with minimal pain. There are days that I can go up and down the stairs with almost no discomfort at all. There are times when these good days last a week, sometimes two. It is during this time that I…

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