I have a number of things going on, right now…some of which are intriguing for their possibilities; one of which is spurring me to write. Out of frustration. You know the type. I’ve been dealing with it in my journal so that I don’t have to deal with libel accusations (even though I can stripContinue reading “I am going to have to make another site for this stuff”
A free-write focused on finding my way along an Information-based career path and an avocation of writing. Discusses the influence of the book, _Me, Myself, and Us_, by Brian R. Little (2014).
It seems like the last semester, plus focusing on caring for myself and others, has really taken the momentum out of my beading. That’s not to mention the ongoing job search, which I am engaging with very poorly, even if it is just for research purposes. I’m not sure how far to go into theContinue reading “Future”
Beginning a semester focused on self-directed study, self-care, and academia. I need to take care of myself, and I have the option, now.
I almost wrote here last night, then thought better of it. There is just a lot going on that is fairly personal, and at this stage in my life, I’m appreciating what privacy I have taken the effort to preserve. What I will say is that having applied to a Librarian job — where, youContinue reading “Reading, again? This is more fun than I remembered”
Taking Business classes in some sense lets me know beforehand that my Business idea will likely not provide a livable amount of income.
I haven’t been working too much on my jewelry. The most I’ve done within the last week is logging, labeling, and storing a bunch of beads that arrived two weeks ago. Part of this had to do with quarantining incoming mail; part of it had to do with not being too hot on actually goingContinue reading “Routine Log #3: Various notes over the last week”
Given permission to imagine what career I would want out of anything in the world, if I were guaranteed the possibility of capability and eventual success, I find myself gravitating toward languages and books — again.
The importance of play and enjoyment in art and design cannot be underestimated. I was working on a bracelet two days ago — my second one of the day, because I had inadvertently destroyed my first model by being too eager to finish (I cut the wrong cord…which may be another entry) — when IContinue reading “Feminine sustenance”
There are some things you learn from school, some from life, and some by practice. One of the things I have learned from going through my education is: there are things in this world more important than grades. Things like emotional well-being, and balance between coursework and life. (Is it better to enjoy the limitedContinue reading “Wow, that’s…instructive.”