I don’t want to fact check this but I’m almost certain I have been blogging for over five years now. I have lots of feelings about this. I wonder how time can pass so quickly and also how long someone can, or should, do any one thing for …
Sometimes I think about trying to sell my domain so that it forces me to start something totally new. Would that just be me looking for rebirth? Is that what I need? Any high bidders out there want to buy stonergirlsguide.com? Ha. For real though.
I guess I’ll keep blogging until something stops me, or I forget that I have a blog. I’m curious to see when I walk away and why. I must really like blogging if I’ve been doing it this long. Especially considering the fact that none of my romantic relationships have lasted longer than two years plus a day.
That doodle up there, is my greatest contribution to civilization.
Sadness is part of life. With or without Blue Monday. Antidepressants make me manic, so therapy and the list of activities below are what helps me cope with low moods. When my mood is so black that I can’t do much other than cry while staring at a wall, I turn to music!
The greatest therapy of all.
Get happy to-do list:
- pat a cat
- call a friend
- draw something
- watch a movie
- have a nap
- take a bath
- go for a walk
- vape some weed
- listen to music, endlessly
- let time pass
- do something nice, for someone else
Wonder what Crohn’s Disease feels like? Know the chestburster scene from Alien? My Crohn’s Disease monster can feel a lot like that.
In fact, Dan O’Bannon wrote the script for Alien and used his Crohn’s Disease symptoms to inspire the infamous chestburster scene.
Don’t sit the whole time you trim weed, make sure you get up and stand for awhile or … this doodle could be you too!