Working on Us, Week 8

On her blog, Beckie of Beckie's Mental Mess has introduced a set of prompts that touches on mental illness. Each week she offers up 2 prompts for bloggers to use in a nonfiction, fiction, or poetry piece. You can respond to either prompt, or both. For more information, click here. This week, I am responding to... Continue Reading →

Print Books or E-Books?

There seems to be 2 camps when it comes to books: those who prefer books in print, and those who prefer a digital version, or e-book (Kindle device/app, et al). And I'm sure there are some who like both, or even Audible, which doesn't require you to read at all! Technically. I like e-books better... Continue Reading →

3 Things to Do More Often

I have a lot of bad habits, but I'm trying to establish good ones. Here are some things that I can do more often: EXERCISE: Well, I exercise nearly every single day by walking on the treadmill and doing one exercise, like jumping jacks, push-ups, crunches, lunges, or squats. The former, I do for 10... Continue Reading →

Savannah, Georgia

As I mentioned in my last post, my husband and I flew to Savannah for a vacation in March. I'm a big fan of Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, both the book (the Book) and the movie (the Movie), and ever since I read/watched the (true) story, I wanted to visit the... Continue Reading →

“Gorilla and the Bird” by Zack McDermott

Zack McDermott chronicles his psychotic/manic and depressive episodes in Gorilla and the Bird: A Memoir of Madness and a Mother's Love. The author, a public defender, takes readers through his psychosis. It's the raw, hard, truth of his experience and is difficult to read because, being bipolar myself, I could relate. He describes his various... Continue Reading →

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