Virtual Beach Therapy – Episode 11

Last Friday I "officially" binge-watched a series on Netflix. I tend to pace myself and watch two or most three episodes in one sitting of any series, but I got so totally pulled in by the cuteness of Heartstopper, I simply couldn't stop watching. I was quickly catching feels for that little LGBTQ+ show with... Continue Reading →

Trying to chill

Last Friday I got hit with the "what's the use" blues at work, sometime around noon. I got through the rest of the day by putting myself on autopilote and just getting on with things. I just find it so depressing that we haven't even come to the end of a global pandemic crisis yet... Continue Reading →

Relax, Take It Easy

After a yet another week of everybody at work needing a piece of me, I have to tell myself to relax and take it easy. It doesn't necessarily need to be a physically lazy weekend, but I mindfully need to tell my brain to slow down. I swear I've got an overactive hamster in an... Continue Reading →

Virtual Beach Therapy 7

In Second Life™ the next beach is always just around the corner, or at the very least a quick transport away. Something tells me we're still at leas a couple of centuries removed from that type of transportation in real life, so we have to create the illusion of a quick getaway in our minds,... Continue Reading →

Virtual Beach Therapy 6

Today's therapy session takes us to Krak Bak Caye at The Sim Quarterly. You haven't got much time left to emerge yourself in the sights and sounds of this tropical installation by creator Elizabeth Jewell, inspired by the beautiful island of Belize. On July the 25th it will be going *poof*, as that is the... Continue Reading →

Lazy Day with David

Well folks, it was inevitable. After the previous blog post with the NX-Nardcotix mesh body in which I made a brave attempt to appear fabulously twinkylicious, I have to come back down to earth and conserve some energy by behaving slightly more age appropriate, a.k.a. having a lazy day. To be clear, I only mean... Continue Reading →

Welcome Winter

If money was absolutely no issue whatsoever, I would move to a place with a Goldilocks climate. The Channel Isles come to mind. I've spent a week on Jersey once and thoroughly enjoyed it. As I'm only afforded a modicum of freedom and won't be leaving Stockholm anytime soon, I make a conscious effort to... Continue Reading →

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