Goal Phoenix Build Your Crypto Course Review

I recently took a crypto portfolio course from Goal Phoenix by Michaelson Williams, Founder and Creative Director of Goal Phoenix Crypto. The course, Building Your Crypto Portfolio, sells for $798.00 but was heavily discounted to $497.00. The course is set up for brand new beginners in the world of cryptocurrency buying, selling, trading, and investing.Continue reading “Goal Phoenix Build Your Crypto Course Review”

I Used to Want Grandkids

But this doeling goat kid has changed my mind. She’s adorable and I love her. But I’m exhausted! She lost both ears and one leg to frostbite. Her frostbitten leg atrophied and we thought that would be that. After enough time in the house that we, her vets and I, figured she would live andContinue reading “I Used to Want Grandkids”

Let’s Talk About Meal Kits

Back when Meal Kits like Blue Apron and Hello Fresh first gained in popularity, though I desperately wanted to sign up, I couldn’t. They wouldn’t deliver to me. Neither would those farm fresh box companies. I don’t know if Blue Apron or Hello Fresh have expanded their delivery parameters in the last 10 years. I’veContinue reading “Let’s Talk About Meal Kits”

The Gray Days

It’s the long days, the days that take forever to get started and even longer to end.  The gray days, the days that are drab and drawn.  The cold days. The I-feel-so-old days. The days I can only just muster up enough energy to scold myself for being lazy. For being hazy. For being slowContinue reading “The Gray Days”

Running With the Wools

Back in 2013, I quit smoking. A year later I began running. Or shuffle hopping, as I like to call it. I ran almost daily for nearly two years before work and life (and in the summer of 2016 cigarettes) got in the way. In 2018, after being diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes, I startedContinue reading “Running With the Wools”

11.21.2020 Journal Entry

My brothers are much healthier than I am. I think they had at least one trusted adult, and Mom never interacted with them the way she interacts with me. She was never physically violent with them. She never seemed embarrassed by them or had extreme anger toward them. They had a very different childhood to mine.