As a lifelong pedestrian, it is great when town and city planners actually take us into consideration first, rather than an afterthought from prioritizing road vehicles. (Day 29 of #mbnov #microblogvember)

How The ‘Lost Art’ Of Breathing Can Impact Sleep And Resilience

I was aware of some of this, but this 36-minute interview and article from NPR goes into the reasons why breathing well is so important. Journalist James Nestor became interested in the respiratory system years ago after his doctor recommended he take a breathing class to help his recurring pneumonia and bronchitis. While researching theContinue reading “How The ‘Lost Art’ Of Breathing Can Impact Sleep And Resilience”

I wear my mask when I’m outside to protect both myself and others. But even in the middle of a second lockdown, I’m still in the minority, it seems. 🙁 (Day 28 of #mbnov #microblogvember)

There’s nothing particularly cunning or covert about Zuckerberg. He reacts to pressure like a chemical, and media cynics just can’t quite accept that the jejune creature he seems to be is for real. He will do whatever mercenary thing is in his and Facebook’s immediate interest and doesn’t give a shit what anyone thinks aboutContinue reading

This week I’ve started to adjust some long-standing habits that once provided comfort and perceived stability, but now appear to be doing me more harm than good. This will take come getting used to. (Day 26 of #mbnov #microblogvember)

I have great difficulty making a phone call, due to my brain constantly overthinking. Receiving calls isn’t much easier. Text or email gives me a chance to slow down. (Day 25 of #mbnov #microblogvember)