I like to set goals every week for my writing. I use a special planning notebook to track my effort … More Disrupted Plans Still Help Me Write
On Sunday, I met with members of the Front Range Nature Journaling club at the Denver Museum of Nature and … More 9 Nature Journaling Field Trip Tips
My top nine reasons to become a vampire: Why I can never be a vampire: Why do you want to … More Why I Want To Be A Vampire (But Never Will)
Accepting my limitations is a constant battle for me. I’m interested in more things than one person could ever hope to do. My chronic conditions just make it all harder, forcing me to sacrifice some activities in order to do others. I knew this going into the virtual Wild Wonder 2022 nature journaling conference and scheduled accordingly. While my plan failed, I still learned a lot from the conference.
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Last fall, while I was going through sleep therapy, one of my “stay awake” activities was learning to darn socks. I wear my hand-knit socks all winter, so it’s no surprise that some have developed holes in their heels. Figuring out how to extend their life was important to me. As I darned my first pair, I made a mistake that taught me the value of letting your patches show.
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