STOP!! My brain’s still turning at 33.3 rpm

ast week I nearly got used to iTunes. I almost figured out how to manipulate the songs into play lists etc, on my 4th Gen iPod Nano. I say ‘nearly’ because approximately 3 hours and no breakfast later, I hurled the iPod at the lounge (I just painted the wall) and threatened to sell it if it didn’t behave. Then I cursed very loudly and in a way the Road Workers down the street would be impressed with, turned off my PC (the naughty way, without logging off!!! just to show how angry I was) and huffed upstairs to get a coffee. I wanted scotch but it was only 11.30 in the morning. … More STOP!! My brain’s still turning at 33.3 rpm

List – less.

The first rule of mental health should be to learn to scribble things down. While your ‘ever so neat’ spouse might criticise you for the abundance of post-it notes and scraps of paper everywhere, at least he/she won’t have to pay for psychiatric counselling every time you go on holiday or host the extended family for Christmas at your place. … More List – less.

Doomsday – is there any point to prepping? Or will we be…

Doomsday Preppers are an…interesting lot. I reckon maybe they have a few kangaroos loose in the top paddock.
I’m just sayin’, when Supreme Grand PooPah Kim-Jong Un shoots his ballistic missiles at someone because they won’t say he invented Gangnam Style dancing, I’m betting there won’t be a enough time for a conversation around the dinner table about which backpack to take. … More Doomsday – is there any point to prepping? Or will we be…