Today has been textbook Sunday perfection.
I spent more time than planned finishing up Love Bites episode for tomorrow, studying the intersection of chronic illness and breakups, but find joy and solidarity in that work. Moving down the list I scribbled out last night, I put the last of my bulk millet onto boil, and chopped Japanese yams, brussels sprouts, and small white potatoes together with zucchini, roasting them in succession so I have food for the week. I mixed toothpaste (will journal tomorrow) and poured my essential oil blend into my bulk lotion.
All the while, Wait Wait Don’t Tell Me poured through my speakers; the phone otherwise by the wayside. By the time I’d scooped millet and sprouts into a bowl I’d transitioned to the TED Radio Hour podcast episode Screen Time – Part 1. Now in my corner chair shoveling it in, I halted when anthropologist Amber Case started talking about the effect of constant device overload on our sense of self: Continue reading