I am considering minimalism. Why? I've observed that, as people age, they either become packrats, or they detach from their material possessions to free themselves. Nothing wrong with pack ratting. I've done plenty myself. But I'm at a point in my life when it just seems so unnecessary. Truly, all I need to function and be happy are these items: My papers (I'm a writer. They are mostly digitized now.) Some of my books (even they are being whittled down pretty well). My electronics.
While other little girls were painting their nails and styling their hair, I was reading books and playing in the mud in the yard. Growing up in the time of history that I did, jeans and t-shirts were the uniform of the day and didn't require much style sense. At some point, we all grow up. I did so clumsily. When I had to dress for my career, I awkwardly donned suits that made my soul cringe a little. A few years ago, I decided I wanted to learn something about fashion and style.
Motherhood did not come easily for me - in all respects. I struggled with infertility for three years. Because I was totally comfortable with adoption, I didn't delve too deeply into why. I had some very preliminary testing that showed it would be difficult (but not impossible) to conceive. I accepted this and we began to look into adoption, but were discouraged by agencies telling us it might be a 7 year wait. Already dangerously close to 30, I didn't think it wise to wait. So we
I'm a sucker for a good pitch. If I get an email for a new product that promises to solve my social media challenges for only $17.00 and comes with 10 worthless freebies, I'm gullible enough I might buy it. Indeed I have. I am the proud owner of Bleupage Pro and Socihub. Both were relatively inexpensive. They don't hold a candle to CoSchedule. At heart, I am a cheapskate. I don't like to pay more than I have to. So if you tell me your product can do everything from posting on 6