Let’s Talk About Spoon Theory

Spoon theory, if you haven’t heard of it before, it a metaphor for the resource limitations faced by people with chronic illnesses. The term was coined by┬áChristine Miserandino, who has lupus, in 2003. While sitting in a restaurant trying to explain the impact of her illness to a friend, she grabbed a bunch of spoons […]

This Post is Not About Politics

My policy is to not write about politics. I will write about minimalism, about productivity, about self-care, but not about politics. That said, this post is kind of, sort of, about politics, but it’s really about the simplify, create, thrive ethos in action. The European Court of Justice has ruled that the United Kingdom can […]

Why Is This So Hard to Grasp?

First, a bit of housekeeping: bolstered by the amount of engagement this page has been receiving, I’m going to continue these late night (for me), off-the-cuff, occasionally ranty posts. Thank you all for the views, likes, shares, and comments. The temptation to go radio silent for a bit is strong, but I’m resisting it. I’m […]