If so, we recommend Controlling People by Patricia Evans. I discovered it when listening to one of my favorite YouTube channels, Permission to Exist. A few years back, I realized that I had the pretty wack tendency to try to control situations. I don’t think I was trying to control people per se, but I’d […]Read more "Blogging Challenge Day 27: A Book You Recommend"
As much as I miss people and art shows and seeing smiles instead of masks, obligation-free, quality alone time makes me happy; it truly is a priceless commodity. Prior to lockdowns, if you’re anything like ya girl Kellz, then a lot of your time was not your own. Factor in time dedicated to work, a […]Read more "Blogging Challenge Day 26: What Makes You Happy?"
I’m fascinated by people with imagination and original thoughts. I like conversing with people who don’t necessarily move like me yet get their points across without being coercive or insulting. I enjoy learning little “secrets” that an artist may keep to himself for fear of being looked at sideways. I’m in wonderment of creators with […]Read more "Blogging Challenge Day 25: Someone Who Fascinates You"
Don’t we all have a slew list of pet peeves? Don’t we all kinda hate when people don’t do as we would? Isn’t it annoying when you witness someone just floating through life on a cloud in a bubble because they don’t have to consider the comfort of others? I think yes. But to avoid […]Read more "Blogging Challenge Day 24: Pet Peeves"
I usually give myself a half hour to an hour to draft these posts for the challenge, but today I’m adding an hour because I really have to give this one some thought. Thinking.. Thinking… Thinking…. Without getting too personal or too dark, I will say that this pandemic with the isolation from closures, travel […]Read more "Blogging Challenge Day 23: The Best Thing to Happen This Year"