Tag: covid-19

If only I were an octopus

I personally have been experiencing crazy, lucid, vivid dreams this past year. It’s my understanding that many others have as well. Probably everyone at this point. We went through a pandemic that seemed never-ending. Well, we are still in the midst of a pandemic. But hope is in […]

Just hang out with their pain

Not everything has gone horribly wrong during the pandemic. Some individuals learned new skills sets. Others discovered strengths tbey didn’t know about. Some leaned into new opportunoties and new selves. Then there were those who couldn’t quite pivot and got a bit stuck. There are those who had […]

Good riddance: What a phrase

The year 2020 brought us many things. Fear, guilt, a pandemic, oily skin, social distancing, civil unrest, zoom, craft cocktails, and so forth. It also brought us new words such as quarantine pods. The year 2020 also got us bringing back and feeling old phrases of yore. For […]

A someday list

There are so many lists out there. A to-do list. A run of show list. A shopping list. There’s even a book, which I admittedly bought, called The Checklist manifesto. I myself make a rather lengthy daily to-do list with two columns: work and personal. For a while […]