Life Outside of My Head

Remember last week when I shared moments of gratitude? Well right now I'm grateful for sand fly bites. Yup! Those annoying little red dots that make me look like a thirty-something with chicken pox. I've started this post the same day as A Moment of Gratitude although you won't see if for a few more… Continue reading Life Outside of My Head

I Must See to Believe

Sticking to the promise I made myself earlier this month I have been doing my best to work ahead and get my posts together on my good days. This helps to alleviate the guilt of neglecting something that is important to me on the bad days when I just don't have what it takes to… Continue reading I Must See to Believe

Predicting the Future

Hello you beautiful human, I hope this finds you well today. Today is actually a travel day for me, I'm off to spend a long weekend with my favourite person on earth and do my best to just live in the moment. This leads me to consider a habit I have of going back and… Continue reading Predicting the Future

From the Vault – 15 Years Later

Hell and highwater, win and lose, pass and fail, high and low. And as I read my musings of years past its apparent that for all the change, it's still the same. The players have different faces, the game takes place on new ground, but it's still the same. I muse now that I finally… Continue reading From the Vault – 15 Years Later

A Lifetime Choice

For those of you who follow regularly, you’ve heard me mention from time to time that I lied to myself for many years. Tried my damndest to avoid, ignore and subvert the fact that I have a mental illness. I tried all the usual denial techniques, self-improvement books to transform my life, and ultimately self… Continue reading A Lifetime Choice

Reflections a month in

When I started this little venture a month ago it was designed to share my thoughts and experiences on life with mental illness.  The goal was to provide people with some insight, information and in doing so maybe help others.  What I realized this morning when logged in was that I had gotten off track. … Continue reading Reflections a month in

What goes up must come down

For an entire week I was on top of the world.  Felt like the best week I can remember this past year.  Great energy, healthy appetite, a to-do list as long as my arm that I was checking off as fast as I could.  Actually being engaged with life, with my friends and family.  Putting… Continue reading What goes up must come down