I’m getting better at keeping my mouth shut and not snapping at people when they say things that annoy me. Also not correcting people whenever they say something stupid. But I still have a blog, so here I can say … Continue reading
Just thought I’d randomly share stuff I’ve been learning. Some of it isn’t actually new – it’s just stuff that I have to be reminded of again and again. Like, for instance, the fact that I’m only human and I’m … Continue reading
I’ve never thought of myself as a perfectionist, but… The past couple of weeks or so, I’ve come to realise: I have this thing about putting things off, waiting for the perfect moment – some things, not everything obviously, just … Continue reading
or: Meirav Becomes a Grown-up Last week started with: oh dear, I’ve got a busy week ahead of me and there’s this big project that I have to finish in November and when will I be able to squeeze that … Continue reading
I love modern technology. I love the way it enables me to communicate with my family and friends back home in Israel without having to wait for letters to travel back and forth. I love the way it has enabled … Continue reading
Taking a day (or a chunk of time) off and resting means, amongst other things, that I acknowledge it’s not up to me to keep the world going.
It’s over two years since I finished the counselling course and I’m still finding stuff that I’d lost back then. I had no idea what that course would cost me, and am still finding out. Continue reading
Just because someone has asked me a question,
it doesn’t mean I have to engage with it.
And it most definitely doesn’t mean I have to engage with it right now.
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This kind of relates to the Someone Is Wrong on the Internet syndrome – I’ve been having to learn Continue reading
Those clunky old things, that made so much noise, and couldn’t do anything else apart from getting text onto paper. There’s a lot to be said for a single-function tool – yes, I love the computer and all the stuff … Continue reading