Yes, pun intended. This morning, Baby Bull got dressed for school. About 15 minutes before it was time for us to leave, I sent him to the bathroom. He does his thing, flushes, and comes out. Right before we walk out the door, I could hear water running. I walk into the main bathroom, and […]
Month: March 2018
3 Rookie Work from Home Mistakes You Can Fix Today
Each and every week, I’m sent probably half a dozen message requests from Facebook from people wanting to learn how to work from home. I’ve worked from home for several years. It’s not always easy. Of course, it’s harder when you’re first starting out. It’s not like there’s some guide that exists that explains how […]
You Hired a Writer – Now What?
I mean, they just crack their knuckles, rub the sides of their head with their fingers, raise an eyebrow at you (or their computer screen as they gaze appreciatively at your email), and stare hard…then, magic happens, right? Magically, the words travel from their brain and into the Word document. It will be perfect. It […]
Saying No to Unethical Requests
Work at home life has a unique set of challenges. One of those challenges is making sure that you have enough work to pay your bills and have a comfortable existence. The thought of not having enough money can make any work at home soul cringe. It’s nice and (almost) esoteric to fall into the […]
Informal Church: Let’s Talk About What’s REALLY Wrong and How You Can Address Your Own Emptiness
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-d7w7v-8c3ed5 In this (very short and possibly cough laden) podcast, Robin preaches on what’s REALLY wrong in this society, drops some perspective on you about your words, and tells you how you can address your feelings of emptiness. Don’t forget to subscribe here on Podbean so that you NEVER miss an episode! Check out Confessions from the […]
Lessons You Could Learn From Girl Scouts
Baby Bull and I went to the store around 11:30 am today (Saturday) to buy some ham and cheese (since he told me that’s what he wanted; when you have a non-verbal child and they use their words in context to communicate, you fucking listen and provide!) to make sandwiches for lunch.