Boondock Ramblings

A little bit about a lot of things

I need an intervention, folks. I’m addicted to reading stupid and controversial things on Facebook and it’s making me physically ill. I deleted my account last year and it was awesome but I added it back because I was in a homeschooling group that made all their announcements about upcoming events there. Now my son …

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I’ve decided the more I’m off social media, the more creative I can be, which is why it looks like another social media detox is coming up in the next week or so and it may last 30-days like I did earlier this year. Actually, saving my creativity isn’t the only reason for dropping off …

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After 30-days of Facebook detox I logged back on this past week and almost immediately regretted it. From someone calling someone else they disagreed with a Nazi to fear-mongering posts about health issues my heart was pounding within a few minutes and I logged back off again and reached for my Teddy Bear. Facebook has …

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A couple of weeks ago I explained I’m in the midst of a 30-day Facebook detox or break, whichever you like to call it. I like the term detox because it does feel like I’m flushing some toxic thoughts and feelings out by restricting my Facebook access. My ramblings about this break aren’t meant to …

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Less is more. Less is more. These words have popped up in my head a lot lately, maybe because of blog posts like this one from Rachael at Our Beautiful Adventure. To quote Rachael “This gave me serious pause for thought. How can it be that those classed as rich don’t feel rich, but I, …

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