Today's guideline to build a better beauty perception, the author of Beautiful You suggests writing something about yourself in 25 words in just a minute or less without describing anything physical. The hope is to find something about yourself that is inspiring. She says "Don't Overthink it." Except, I do. And like most things I … Continue reading BMJ: Day 34 – Use Twenty-Five Words
Early this morning, I had an interaction/discussion/disagreement with another Twitter user about the details of a report that was published a couple of months ago. The report was based on research about the genetics of sexuality. Truthfully, it's a boring as read, unless you're a geneticist - but the authors put together a website in … Continue reading Nature versus Nurture: What if I Am Effed in the Head?
Feelings overwhelmed; Breaking through, fortitude cracks! Relief, water comes.
I've skipped a couple of days - 31 and 32. One I might revisit, the other feels like a distraction to some things I have going on right now. So, I am going to make an entry for day 33. It concerns reflection and if I would have gone along with the guide that I'm … Continue reading BMJ: Day 33 – Complete These Sentences
I’m re-blogging this, solely because someone called me “sister”.
For anyone that has been connected to me on this blog or my previous blog, know I have moments of feeling completely girly. In fact, on one of my previous blogs, I introduced everyone to Stephanie – almost in full force. I have indicated who Stephanie is on several posts, but sometimes I feel like I hide her too. Truthfully, I love Stephanie and I love her much more than Hilda. Lately, I have been feeling a strong need to express my more feminine side again.
I value the inherent nature of femininity that Stephanie provides me when I identify as her. I find her to be a subtle calming voice inside my head. I have often found comfort in the things people have said to me that indicate they notice a feminine nature to my persona. I recently got my routine pedicure and I almost asked…
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