Quieting the Mind

Approaching Learning

The Harvard Business Review has posted a short, but helpful blog post by Matthew E. May on techniques for quieting the mind.   I’m looking forward to bringing all three of these techniques into my classroom next year!

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I can be mean as sht

Okay, I really need to think about my posts like a thousand times before I publish them. I mean, REEEAALLYY think about them first. I just posted this on my facebook wall:

“I see stalkers camped for 3 years, waiting, ready to pounce at the slightest hint of opportunity. They get their golden window, a chance! Too bad the window is braced with galvanized steel, barbed wires, naked justine bieber posters, and a giant hand that bitch slaps anyone who gets near, immortalizing the burning rejection that forever seeps into their souls. lol goodluck!”

Attached is this image:

Needless to say I derived pleasure from rubbing it onto their faces. 10 Seconds after, I realized it is wrong and i made a big ass of myself just by having thought of the post. I need to go back to Laguna and meditate @_@

16.5 hours before new year. I need to suck it up and stop posting these kinds of things. LMAO Happy monday!

On walking away

2012 is not my year. I walked away from my craft. I’m inspired as hell right now, anyone who says otherwise will be neutered brutally.

“That’s the magic of new years, when that clock strikes midnight, we all get a fresh start. And, I don’t know about you, but I could really use one.”

-Robin Sherbatsky


Photo Brinkhall Mansion, Turku © Soili Mustapää.

That’s enough of that for now. I’m still getting used to the controls, will customize soon. Let’s not jinx my first post shall we? Happy new year!