I would like to do a side-by-side speed test of different outfits on my new reality studio game show where name that tune meets obstacle course meets shark tank round 2 meets a little bit of the voice meets a little bit of nerve-wracking who wants to almost be a millionaire but then fuck it up by picking the wrong friend for phone-a-friend option, meets 10,000 Dollar Pyramid only you’ve got Rhoda’s brunette neighbor on an off day, her valium is wearing off or on and Rodney McDowell is killing it, and, quite frankly showing off.
The final, final (which never comes into play) is, of course, the Price is Right, which I am always so good at when no one’s asking./looking, it’s like the Merv Griffin game I used to play in my head, being alone on that great big farmland with nothing but mundane weeding for days.
I forgot where this all started but here is where it ends.
Aside; FRUSTRATED by files, buried within wherever they hide, and the FOUND app bullshit finding nothing saying gmail is empty, at 0. It’s all just too many convoluted steps. And, once again, I hate email. Complete and utter waste of time.
That’s morning pages at 12:29-12:39 pm Tuesday September 30, 2014, where did September go and why do I feel so beat up? It’s like my brain’s in a jar slowly eating away at the breadth of my body, the solar plexis pain, the neck, wrist, old age pain, the ability to stay glued to some problem of binary code, linguistically prepared, the world before you. Must have routine. Must get shit together. Not get overwhelmed. Sitck to it. Put on the uniform, be a solider.
1. Define your values.
People follow strength and competency. Think about what makes you a better, stronger person. Write down those aspects you would like to move towards and a few things you would like to move away from. Simply listing these items can provide tremendous momentum toward or away from each value.