Tag: better living via braincells

  • Hotel California

    Hotel California

    It’s 6.30 am, and I’m awake with cramp in my left leg and insane urge to pee. Having drunk and emptied my bladder, I sneak back into bed, only to be met with the following: “You’ll never guess what happened last night,” says my husband, and I’m already imagining what new horror 2021 has presented. […]

  • The Call

    The Call

    You’ll be reading this as I walk to the Gym. Yesterday I ignored fitness and concentrated instead on literary momentum. It was hugely productive as a result. I also ate far too much sugar and didn’t once stress that there should be an exchange of effort for input. Calorie deficit is imprinted now. I get […]

  • Musclebound

    Musclebound

    Week One of February is already done. I’m already behind in writing terms, but this weekend grants a useful opportunity to make up the shortfall. Next weekend I’m in a forest, and realistically what needs to happen then is lots of photography and very few words. Between now and then, THERE ARE GOALS to think […]

  • Down Down

    Down Down

    Gunky finger sorted. I really need some food, then we'll do things. However, before we proceed… pic.twitter.com/GkmMbDHBLa — 🗿 Sarah Reeson 🗿 Unexpected Metaphor 🗿 (@MoveablePress) January 15, 2020 Undoubtedly, exercising every day is a contributing factor to this change. However, it is not the only way I am losing weight. There is some quite […]

  • Good Enough

    Good Enough

    a handy PSA the block feature https://t.co/q5wDg12qZs | https://t.co/FNu43OcGGa pic.twitter.com/91pV0RvwPN — jellicle jones✨ (@prinxeMu) January 12, 2020 You and I both know how this works: the rando who pops up from someone else’s Followers when that pithy Tweet you were quite proud of gets retweeted and HATES YOU. You’re just WRONG and that’s the end […]

  • You Never Know

    You Never Know

    The thing is, it could be anyone. On Thursday, it was the person least expected who had the meltdown. It wasn’t massive, or indeed obvious, but as someone who’s now being taught to read the signs and understand what to look for… it was easy to spot. This is the scheduled reminder that one in […]

  • Material Girl

    Material Girl

    This PC is many MANY years old and finally I have realised it needs replacing. As my ethical standpoint has issue with buying such things new, I’ve got a reconditioned, older machine waiting for the weekend so that things can be swapped over with the minimum of fuss. It means watching videos on my machine […]