Marsha Musing

Thoughtful

Thoughtful

I am full of thoughts. Some are nice, some are mean, many are silly. My thoughts make up a huge part of who I am. They determine how I interact with the world, even though the world never has access to them, except through my filters. I have always prided myself in...

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Cultivate Your Inbox

Cultivate Your Inbox

I’m sure that I’m not the only one who’s overwhelmed by the amount of garbage online. The trash I’m talking about is the must-see click-bait, latest thing, buzzword bullshit.

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Earth Day 2019

Earth Day 2019

It's hard to be grateful in times of crisis. And make no mistake, we are in the midst of an environmental crisis. We have been for a long time, and denying the existence of something real won't make it go away. Earth Day is supposed to be a celebration in support of...

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Business Time

Business Time

Let 2019 be known as the year I started a business. And let me say upfront, I probably have no business starting a business. I am not a business person. And since my "business" is really just me, I should probably just say that this is the year I became self-employed....

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Make a Habit of Showing Up

Make a Habit of Showing Up

You* can't play if you don't show up. And you won't get better if you don't practice. First: show up. Be there. Commit. I will show up every week. Make it a habit. Make it obvious. Make it easy. Log in. Write a few words. Are they dumb? Who cares. You did it. You...

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Birthday AF (After Facebook)

Birthday AF (After Facebook)

One of the main activities that users engage in on Facebook is wishing people on their friends' list a "Happy Birthday." It's often cited as an actual reason not to quit the beast. "But I wouldn't know when my friends' birthdays are." That's silly, right? I know I'm...

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Perfection is not an Option

Perfection is not an Option

My current mantra. This is what’s getting me through the day. This is what’s getting this post online. I know it's not a new idea, but it's resonating with me now. I read it in a blog post on The Zero-Waste Chef and it struck me and has really helped me stay motivated...

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Unsolicited Advice

Unsolicited Advice

My alma mater put out a request for Alumni to handwrite some encouraging postcards that can then be given to students throughout the school year. This I can do. I don’t have money to donate, but words? I’ve got a few of those to spread around. Of course, as with all...

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