Art and Too Close to Home

Someone in a group I belong on Facebook posted this cartoon the other day. And it was funny but hit a bit too close to home right now. Impostor syndrome is when someone is unable to internalize their accomplishments, but instead feel they are a fraud that people are someday going to find out is…

Spent

After weeks of planning, I had a shoot today. 2 hours. 7 men. Hopefully lots of great photos. I started my weekend with a new purchase.  My company bonus came through expectedly, so I indulged in purchasing a new iMac with a 5K screen.  My laptop has been overloaded with photos and can barely keep…

Friday Feelz

The Road to hell….is paved with good intentions. This has been my motto at work this week. On Monday, I was blindsided by a cohort who was providing me (once again) feedback on how I need to deal with my team. And (once again), it was framed in the "so hey, you know when you…

Friday Feelz

Sick of the Sick – I’ve had 2 guys on me team get hit with the crud going around. Another guy’s wife was just diagnosed with influenza. Another guy’s mother was diagnosed with influenza and an upper respiratory infection. And this is just the guys in the room with me. Today on our daily call…

10 Random Thoughts

I think the sweater I’m wearing shrunk in the wash. I got a friend request on Fetlife from a guy who has no friends – just follows a shitload of people. I don’t know him – he doesn’t attend anything that I would attend. It makes me wonder a. how the hell did he find…

Wrong Side of A Monday

I think this is the sign I should post on my cubicle today – or wear as a warning to all in my sphere. Even after my coffee, it became clear this morning that today was not a day to interact with people. First sign was in the drive thru getting my coffee. The guy…

Motivational Monday

Doing something different today – a Ted Talk!  I listened to her interview on an NPR program called Live Wire and decided that I needed to go listen to her talk.  I thought her message was important. The Beauty of Being a Misfit