Living Microdosing Reality

The Anxiety List – Part One

It’s almost 6 a.m., and I’m sitting in a cabin on a cliff at the edge of the Pacific Ocean. Gwennie has created a recliner of pillows on the bed and is reading about how the US government murdered JFK. Although the book is now lying on her chest, her eyes are closed, and she’s snoring. The relentless rain turns the tin-roofed cabin into an immersive acoustic experience—slightly like popcorn in a microwave but far…

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Daily Write

The One Thing

Rituals and routines have had the second greatest impact on my life in 2020. The largest impact was therapy (as much as I thought I didn’t still need it). But for a reason that perhaps might be surprising. It was helpful because I heard myself repeatedly say that I was doing really well. That I was coming to appreciate who I am. That I felt like I was whole, rather than broken. And someone who is healing rather than someone who is damaged.

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