From the Drafts: On The General State of Things 5.7.20

I need to find a way to structure how I approach “the world in general” right now. I don’t want to be silent. It is impossible for me to write or speak or even think about the world around me without coming at it from 5+ different angles. This is making it incredibly difficult to write, speak and think right now. It’s not my place … Continue reading From the Drafts: On The General State of Things 5.7.20

Buying School Supplies during Covid-19

In order to unpack where I am these days, it is essential that you know how much I love excuses. I frequently canceled plans, found excuses to leave early, and stayed home. My self-decided minimum time to be at a public or private event is an hour. Now, here I am, the fortunate introvert in a global crisis. Continue reading Buying School Supplies during Covid-19

4 ways my anxiety manifested during the Covid-19 Stay at Home mandate

Designating any given Tuesday as a “day-drinking day” doesn’t have the same consequences. Sleeping late, napping in the middle of the day, going to bed early – any manner/quantity of slumber is an acceptable activity. Anything is an acceptable activity, as long as it doesn’t involve getting within 6 feet of another person. Continue reading 4 ways my anxiety manifested during the Covid-19 Stay at Home mandate