One of the very many amazing benefits of a having good spouse – such as mine is — is that, between the two of us, our priorities and behaviours have aligned well enough that, every time I have need to replace the batteries in my mouse, there are fresh batteries available, in the same reliable […]
Below is a list created by Jordan B. Peterson, and, originally posted to Quora. I have duplicated it here because nobody should ever visit Quora (↗️). Tell the truth. Do not do things that you hate. Act so that you can tell the truth about how you act. Pursue what is meaningful, not what is […]
Appreciation for the genuine differences between people can help you orient yourself in the world, and appreciate the truly diverse viewpoints necessary to make the complex systems of society function, as well as increasing your comprehension of the singular and unique combination of basic traits and subsidiary aspects that characterize you, personally. From Understanding Myself
Is this thing on? ಠ_ಠ We shall see.
I read Wheel of Time a couple years ago. By that I mean I started reading it a couple years ago. It actually took me about thirteen months to finish it, which means I was really moving, because the series is, uh… big: it consists of fourteen books weighing in at nearly twelve thousand pages. […]
so about six weeks ago (so early pxt 2008) I started a new ADHD med, after having gone off of sytattera in about April on an experiment in treating my symptoms with diet and exercise. vyvanse is a stimulant, but has 24 hour coverage (ish) and less pronounced side effects than previous stim-based ADHD meds, […]
new glasses (!)
today I got new shoes. keens. and they’re NOT sport sandles. I didn’t even know keen made normal shows, but there they were at Marshall’s for $25 and I couldn’t pass them up.
â€œItâ€™s only after weâ€™ve lost everything that weâ€™re free to do anything.â€ Oh, yeahâ€¦ donâ€™t be afraid to make big mistakes. More importantly, donâ€™t worry about everything going according to plan. In fact, if everythingâ€™s going according to plan, thereâ€™s a good chance nothing remarkable is getting done. They say life is what happens while […]
the neighbor kid — 4 years old and super cute — has finally been trained not to ring the doorbell 4 or 6 times before we can even get to the door. only, now he knocks constantly, till you get there. worse still: he doesn’t take no for an answer. Kid: CAN (J2) PLAY? Me: […]
so, whenever we go to pizza king, J2 always wants a couple quarters, so that he can play some music on the “juice box”
…shoot “darks”, according to J2
so, that’s what J2 yells, instead of “open sesame” when we approach an automatically opening door.