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  • A New Low
    I am no stranger to mental health. I have long considered myself to be a mental health advocate, always encouraging coworkers, friends, and family to take care of their mental health. Find a therapist, take meds, meditate, read: get your spoons back. I have also been open with friends and family about my past struggles … Continue reading “A New Low”
  • A blog? In 2022?
    The blog craze of the early 2000s has come and gone, and yet here I am in 2022 starting a blog. With platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and more all still in large use, it might seem odd to start a blog now. Why not publish my thoughts elsewhere? However, I have my issues … Continue reading “A blog? In 2022?”
  • Dune Messiah (Dune #2)
    Frank Herbert If I hear a movie or TV show is coming out and it’s based on a book, I always try to read the book first. Dune, by Frank Herbert, was no exception. I will admit that the size of the book was daunting but last year I read Dune in anticipation for the … Continue reading “Dune Messiah (Dune #2)”
  • The Outskirts of Hope
    I picked up The Outskirts of Hope: A Memoir of the 1960s Deep South by Jo Ivester during a spontaneous weekend trip to Franklin, Indiana where we visited the Wild Geese Bookshop. The store is located in a gorgeous old home and the books were very well curated. I finished this book today, March 25, … Continue reading “The Outskirts of Hope”