My friend Ally recently shared a fun blog post idea in which she answered questions about her reading and book preferences. This was passed on to her by another blogger, so feel free to carry on with this fun idea on your blog or in your journal if you don't have a blog. Author you've read the… Continue reading Reading and Books- A to Z
I'm not a big fan of going to music concerts. As I've grown older and gotten to know myself better, I've realized that it's because my characteristics are neurodivergent. Loud noises and flashing lights tend to bother me. But going to my first concert with my dad to see Hall and Oates is something I'll… Continue reading What Was Your First Concert?
Every day, we wander around in our simulation, without realizing how comical or absurd it is. Driving along our little roads, to our little jobs, and to our little schools in our little vehicles. Consider that the next time you get a minute to reflect on your limited existence. Really think about it. It's bizarre,… Continue reading The Trance
I haven't had a yearly physical since I was in the thick of perimenopause in 2018. My new doctor (who works for the same health system as my previous one) was listing all of my old symptoms from my chart: Do you still get vertigo? No. How about panic attacks? No. Heart palpitations? No. Migraines… Continue reading Not My Mother’s Menopause- Appendix
So, what book am I going to write next? I'll write any book you agree on in the comments. Unless you decide on toe fungus, which you should not do. I still have one more post to write about this book. It's the Appendix, which has questions about perimenopause and menopause that you might want… Continue reading Final Chapter- Not My Mother’s Menopause
Second to last chapter. I'm getting a little sad because we're almost at the end. It's been a lot of fun talking about this with all of you. I worked on this book for so long that it feels like an extension of my body. Here are some articles: The Secret Power of Menopause -… Continue reading Chapter Ten- Not My Mother’s Menopause