Category: self-care

I’ve been on a trip visiting a great friend and, sadly, I have neglected my blog. You may say, But, Quix, you’ve been blogging every day! Well, these were scheduled posts and I haven’t been reading or commenting on blogs. Not that I need to apologize to you, per se, but it is something that […]

This post has nothing to do with War and Peace. Other than I checked out the novel from the library and I’m at the library right now. I don’t know why I didn’t just buy the book – this was on hold for a long time and I only have 21 days to read it. […]

Ever since I had my friends over (which was a HUGE accomplishment) I’ve felt unsettled. I mean, at first, I felt hopeful and earlier in the week I was excited to receive my Halloween Costume (Rainbow Brite!), and felt I had things to look forward to. But this uneasiness has crept in. I have no […]

I supposed it wasn’t a “vision,” per se, more like a visualization of peace. I floated in a sensory deprivation tank full of Epsom salt for the umpteenth time the other day. The reason why I went was that I got hit –hard–at the skating rink and I was still sore, days later. I figured […]

Nothing dramatic, just slow-and-steady, about 1.5 lb deficit a week. -16.4 lbs (about 7.4 kgs) so far I have been kinda-sorta doing the keto diet. Haven’t been able to stick with it, but the reason I’m consistently losing weight is I’m in a calorie deficit. I’ve been eating fewer calories and exercising more. The reason […]