Holiday Inn Express Charles Town
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... the first person who answered. Now, I know it's not that person's fault Randy was a jerk, but red anger guy was in control now, so what was I supposed to do? Fortunately the woman who answered was quite sympathetic and seemed much more motivated than Randy, and assured me that she could look up my order and send me the confirmation information. But when she came back from having put me on hold, I could hear the terror in her voice.
"Ma'am," she began, "I am ...
... of Fight or Flight multiple times a day. Brains cannot differentiate between actual, legitimate threats to our livelihood, and the little annoyances of modern life that we know of as "stress."
Mindfulness suggests that through awareness of our brains' functions we can change this cycle. It involves noticing your own thoughts, and learning how to accept and, ultimately, control those thoughts when they cause stress or anxiety; to differentiate ...
"I'm leaving on a jet plane; don't know when I'll be back again." This feels weird. It feels weird to be writing the daily blog at 5pm, it feels weird to be writing it at the airport and it feels weird knowing that we will be home tomorrow. We allowed ourselves to have a lie in this morning, thanks to the time we spent packing last night. Everything is packed into our bags so tight that I'm sure that the bags will explode as ...
... reminders, messages to alert us and prevent us from missing anything. All under the pressure of dwindling time.
It doesn't make sense though! Every rational person knows that time is valuable and limited. Hell, Justin Timberlake made a moderately decent movie about a futuristic world in which time is currency, and people literally trade their time for their livelihoods ("In Time" it is called. Totally predictable, but it's worth a ...
... And I'm glad to say that my last night was spent doing something wholly American. We drove down to Bethesda, just outside DC and went to an amazing divey little crab house, bought a dozen medium sized Maryland crabs, got out the mallets and started hammering away. I've never had crab before and I gotta say, it gets messy and it can be hard work, but my God it is worth it. I've spent a lot of time in ...