What’s Up? & Randomness

I get it. I’m basically hit or miss these days. Also, quite busy trying to stay afloat and on top of all my other responsibilities, but then again, who isn’t? There’s been a huge uptick on my Facebook Page views (but no “likes” <teary-faced emoji>) and I’m not really sure where from or why… it’s driving me a bit mad. Also, random friend requests. What’s up with that? Anyone else?? It’s looking like we’re about to get into full-swing spring–thank goodness–and my mood is improving a bit. I’ve been trying to do some self-work but there are days (sometimes several

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Likes & Follows

Hey ya’ll, this is gonna be a bit of a shameless plug here this morning. I’m embarking upon a rededication of sorts. “To what?” you may ask. This blog. My writing. My hopes. My dreams. A minimum of one new post a week is being promised. So, if you pop in and find anything here amusing (even this shameless plug post itself!), please be a dear and “like” our Facebook page or “follow” us on Twitter! Of all the social media accounts, those are the two most actively updated. Would love you see you around! All my best, M.A.Y.

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Facebook: The Epitome of Peer Pressure

The value of your life and its activities is not determined by the number of likes on your Facebook posts and photos. I don’t know how many times a week, day or hour I think this exact thing after scrolling through my newsfeed and seeing the things people post. Facebook is not the be all end all determinant of the quality of your life or existence — yet it seems that for many, it is used to measure exactly that. It both saddens and frustrates me that there are people who base their life choices and the value of their

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Scatterbrain

As if it isn’t obvious from perusing my blog posts, I suffer severely with a common ailment known as scatterbrain! Each morning I wake up, make my way down the stairs while being sure to dodge the dog barreling down the stairs beside me, shuffle into the kitchen to let the dog out, feed the cat, fill the coffee maker, then scroll through my email on my phone while smoking my first cigarette of the day. The dog scratches at the door to come in, I fill my 20 oz coffee mug with freshly brewed caffeinated goodness, rinse and refill

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