Two Channels, MORE FUN! – Neurodiversity & Full Time RV Living Continue reading Two Blogs, a Neurodiversity Blog & an RV Living Blog
I’m very excited to announce that David and I have started a new channel, a joint venture, check us out on our Blog, YouTube, Facebook, and Instagram. Don’t worry, I’m not going to stop posting content here. The Neurodivergent Rebel blog is here to stay. Continue reading The BIG Announcement – Big BIG Bus – Sold the House Bought an RV – Our First Day Full-Time RV Living
I LOVE a good plan. I’m a planner. Sometimes it hurts when unforeseen kinks appear in my plans. This week I talk about some things I do to manage my own expectations, in case things don’t go exactly the way I plan them. Continue reading Expectations, Change, & Growth – Oh my!!!
A friend once said to me that she remembered that I “wasn’t good at anything” when we were kids. This week I talk about what’s changed over the years. Continue reading Zero to My Own Hero – The Evolution of Me
I’m turning 30 this week and every 5 years I like to do a little inventory of everything in my life – kind of like a life assessment.
I look at my bills, where my money is going, what I’m eating, my self-esteem, the people in my life, my activities – everything. I like to spend a lot of time in quiet contemplation as I think deeply about my goals and how I can be sure to stay on track. Sometimes old goals may become irrelevant as new goals come up. I try to think about all of these things when setting new goals for the year.
This year I am focusing on two main goals. Continue reading Talking About Turning 30 – Setting Goals & Self Improvement
Life is more enjoyable when you aren’t preoccupied with being somewhere else (of in my case somewhen). Living in the future causes anxiety and stops you from seeing the joys right in front of you. I know this now but it took thirty years to figure this out. Continue reading Wanting to Be Older
Everything comes into being and then dissolves. Whenever you encounter suffering in your life you don’t have to worry because nothing lasts forever. This suffering is not permanent. Facing your fears becomes easier because you begin to realize that fear … Continue reading Impermanence – Eternally Existing and Dissolving