Today, I thought I’d share photos of what my office desk looks like… cleaned up. I admit that I’m not the most organized person in the world but I try to keep things nice and neat every now and then. I recently got it rid of some clutter (cutesy stuff like my My Little Pony toys and some nanoblocks) and tamed my laptop, LAN Cable, and mouse cord situation.
I’m pretty pleased!
Today, I am walking around in a dress with a huge wound on my knee for the world to see and it reminded me that once upon a time, I was ashamed of my legs because of my scars. This prompted me to compile a short list of things I no longer care about. Older and wiser, right? Maybe just a little bit.
1. My blog was offline for a few days.
I AM SORRY FOR THE DOWNTIME. I’m hosted on my ex’s server and his card on file expired. Generally, renewing shouldn’t be a problem but he had 2-step authentication on and he wasn’t getting the pin and GoDaddy swims through molasses when it comes to these things. That said, it’s time to stop freeloading off him (lol) and get my own hosting. I’ve been spoilt by unlimited disk space and bandwidth (and not having to pay a cent) but if you can recommend me some good web hosts, that would be fantastic!!!
I had a very shallow epiphany last Saturday night: I was sitting in the shadows at TxF, hoping no one would bother me because I just wanted to drink in silence. I opened a fresh pack of cigarettes and realized that I no longer smacked the pack upside down to, well, pack the tobacco— a habit I’ve had since I bought my very first pack of cigarettes over a decade ago. Friends and I even had dumb packing contests!
(I know, I know: smoking is The One Bad Habit I should leave behind. I eventually will.)
It’s silly, but I felt a little more grown-up realizing I had left behind a habit of my youth. This led me to think of other “bad habits” that I’ve dumped.
They say you’re supposed to pick one word to define your year. The word I’m choosing to guide me is: