as i’m going back to working on my “magnum opus” novel, i thought i’d get back into the swing of things by evoking some images of louisiana, seeing that’s where the majority of the story takes place. why “not so wordless wednesday”? as some of you may know, i used to put up an image… Continue reading christmas in new orleans – not so wordless wednesday
i just participated in another wonderful chat about mental health and social media. the topic this time was stress. one of the things i mentioned is that i have been inspired by tony schwartz to do a daily energy audit at work. two people asked if i could post about it so here it is.… Continue reading energy audit
a few months ago, some people in switzerland came up with paper.li, a program that organizes links shared on twitter into an easy to read newspaper-style format. newspapers can be created for any twitter user, list or #tag. (there is a fun little wordplay to the name: the “li” at the end, a sort of… Continue reading psychology dailies
i breathe god in and breathe god out eat god and shit god drink god, piss god, taste god, smell god, sweat god, hear god see only god god weaves through me and whispers me god boils my blood and cools my voice my walk is god’s, my hands are his, my eyes are hers,… Continue reading on god’s sweet leash
today i had the honour of moderating the weekly mental health and social media chat (“#mhsm”) on twitter. these are always such interesting conversations! our topic today was “creativity and the arts”. here is a slightly abridged transcript: moritherapy: welcome to the weekly #mhsm chat about #mentalhealth and social media. today’s topic: creativity and the… Continue reading creativity and mental health – a twitter chat
part 2 of the change questionnaire. let me know what you think – it’s really just an adapted draft at this stage. 17. Please rate these areas of your life on a scale of 1-10. 1 would be very poor, 5 would be acceptable and 10 very good. a. Finances ___ b. Relationships ___ c.… Continue reading change questionnaire, part 2
something that has recently been fascinating me is the idea of the dark path. i’m writing a series of haiku about it, like this one: four in the morning. the crows sleep. frost everywhere. his feet carry on.
i am currently playing with an adaptation of the readiness for change questionnaire for personal changes. there are 50-odd questions (i’ll probably pare it down to about 35, 40 – less, hopefully, with your help!). as i’m doing this i’m interested in all the different angles change can be looked at, and am also thinking… Continue reading change questionnaire