Bloggers know that maintaining a blog takes time. As you may know, I have decided to add another one-hundred daily posts to this blog—ART, for short. I also post twice a week over on my other blog, Auntie Stress Café. Additionally, I work with people as they take on stress, assisting them to make changes that work for them, so that their life works well.
As I practise what I preach, I devote time and energy to undressing my stress, exercise, getting enough rest, socializing and doing what restores me. Then, there are all those other things that are on everyone’s list. Things like keeping the house clean, laundry, grocery shopping preparing wholesome meals, and since I’ve just begun, taxes. That makes for a full and satisfying day – except for the tax part!
The blogosphere is full of wonderful posts, delightful people, interesting viewpoints and great information. Unfortunately, with time constraints, I don’t get around as much as I’d like. When I do visit, I don’t stay overly long, and more often than not, I leave a comment, which also takes time.
Another reason I don’t get around much anymore is because I wish to keep a fresh perspective on my work, so that I may present you with a different way of moving through life with rheumatoid arthritis.
Never mind there being an app for that, there seems to be a song for that, too! I’ll often find myself singing a song after writing down a few words in a post. Suffice to say that I’m not known for my singing abilities – just ask my friends and family. I do like to sing, so you’ll just have to be thankful for the small things – like the fact that you can’t hear me singing along with Tony Bennett and Michael Bublé.