My Daily Observation: 10/6/17

from Dream Big, Dream Often

Dream Big, Dream Often

DannyYesterdayI wroteabout how I grew up a little bit in relation to my favorite sports teams.  The fact is that I needed to grow up a little, but I don’t want to grow up too much.  I do want to maintain some of that child-like enthusiasm for life.  I don’t know a lot of people who have kept their inner-child alive.

I noticed this week that it is incredibly important to do child-like things that remind us of simpler times; that remind us of what life is really about.  Adulting fogs the window of life.  Being an adult and growing up is not always something to wear like a badge of honor.  Don’t get me wrong I think it is important to act grown up sometimes and be responsible, but sometimes we need to be a little irresponsible.

It is good for the soul to roll around…

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Domestic Terrorism

from Buffalo Tom Peabody’s blog

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Check out this video of Paul Ryan, Republican Speaker of the House, lying about gun control:
https://youtu.be/rfPYmdGZ-rE

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Support Rosanne on social media, she’s part of The Resistance!
Toodles!
Your best friends,
Buffalo Tom, Gunther, Iggy & Larry

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This Much Needed Break

I’ve taken a much-needed break from all things internet.

I treated myself to an Alienware laptop and spent a week
learning to use it.

It can do wonderful things.

With the laptop configured, I can begin work on Art by Rob
Goldstein.

Step 1 is forcing myself to learn the new/old WordPress update.

It has annoying limitations…I truly hate it.

Once I’ve learned it I’ll move onto simplifying the menus
and categories and re-writing the ‘About me’ page.

So now I’m on a much needed semi-break.

Thanks for your patience…:)

Rob

 

10 things to remember when you’re having a bad day

Solid tips from A spoonful of Evie

A spoonful of Evie

We all have bad days when things don’t go the way we had planned, when we lack motivation or feel too tired to face the day. But when we’re struggling with our mental health, these bad days can be more frequent and even more difficult to manage.

On these days, it’s easy to become overwhelmed by negative or intrusive thoughts. Any progress or accomplishment is outweighed by our focus on the things we haven’t achieved, the jobs we haven’t completed or the plans that we didn’t carry out. Very quickly things can get blown out of proportion and thoughts can leave us feeling exhausted and defeated.

Because it’s easy to get lost in the downward spiral, I’ve compiled a list of ten things which can be helpful to remember when these days come along (I have by no means mastered this yet and these are definitely things that I often…

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