I believe in supporting someone or something is the best way of making them better. When we say something “sucks” do we ask ourselves what can be done to help make it better. No one is perfect and everyone is sharing the ride known as life. Build up, don’t tear down.
Whoever the hell made 2020 bingo cards is one sick puppy.
We should strive to be better, not perfect. Perfection is impossible so don’t take that road. It’s bumpy and will only frustrate you.
Somehow milk is comforting and delicious in the heat of this Covid Summer.
If you are having trouble falling asleep, count your blessings instead of sheep. You might find slumber comes easier. (Inspired by the movie “White Christmas”).
Its hard to have hope during this Advent season when the world chooses to be afraid and selfish in who they choose to be led by. I don’t want to think it’s going to hell in a hand basket but here we are.
There are always going to be people who think what they have to say is needed to be heard by everyone and what they are saying is the most important thing you will hear ever. Its those people who need to calm down.
I have been posting stuff online for years. I have also been reading stuff online for the same amount of time. As a blogger, I strive to keep my posts about the reality of life and about the world I live in. Sometimes the reality of that world can be tough and sometimes toxic. We cannot deny we live in a place where there is lots of turmoil and that can color how we see things and express ourselves. Being positive in a negative place is very difficult but we have to figure out how to make that happen.
Today a blogging friend shared her concerns with how toxic Twitter can be and considering its the choice expression platform of people who can’t seem to censor themselves I can understand her concerns.
How do we return some light and levity to our conversations? I am trying to figure that out without sounding like a goody-two-shoes (which I am more times than not). All I can say is think twice, post once and make what you say matter. Be careful, the person you might hurt in a post might be yourself.