Stuck on the Porch of Indecision
I haven’t felt like posting much to my blog, a pandemic certainly puts a damper on traveling. But it has actually given me time to work on a few things I’ve felt passionate about, and one was really focusing and opening an Etsy shop with products I’ve felt passionate about. (You can visit me atContinue reading “Opening My Etsy Shop During a Pandemic”
Like a lot of people, the last few weeks have been stressful and mentally exhausting. So when my alarm rang this morning to get me up for a dog walking gig in the still dark hours of the AM, I reluctantly got up. I spent my whole ride there crying about things I have zeroContinue reading “Don’t Panic. Or, Panic, But Then Remember to Breathe and That Everything Will Be OK.”
Do you ever feel like you can’t decide what you want to do next? Either you are uninspired and have no ideas, or you have too many ideas and that prospect overwhelms you? Yeah, the latter is where I’ve been for a while. Sitting here on the figurative Porch of Indecision (I found a realContinue reading “Stuck on the Porch of Indecision”
Do you ever want to wave a magic wand, and be ready for the holidays, without all the stress of decorating, wrapping, and shopping? I’m Angel the Elf, and I love all things Christmas! If you live in Northern New Jersey, hire me! -I will come to your house, put up your tree, and trimContinue reading “Hire a Holiday Helper!”
About eight years ago, my friend Daniel private messaged me on Facebook after I’d posted a comment about some egregious thing New Jersey Transit had done that morning. He’s a spiritual sort of guy and he said that as much as he loved looking at pics of my kid growing up, my constant kvetching aboutContinue reading “Counting My Blessings: How an Attitude of Gratitude Changed My Outlook on Life”
Over the years, I’ve hiked bigger mountains in Yosemite. I’ve done longer hikes, including a 24.3 mile trek of the Devil’s Path in the Catskills (which my brother and I insanely did in 25 hours of pretty much straight hiking). I’ve even hiked bigger mountains in New Hampshire, like Mount Washington which I’ve been upContinue reading “My Hardest Hiking Experience”
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