Back on My Bullshit

I’ve been on a nearly month-long hiatus. It wasn’t intentional; I’ve had a lot going on!

taxidermy coyote

I finally went on my trip to visit my family in New Mexico. I’d been planning it since January. March seemed so far away then, so I put it out of my mind; then all of a sudden, it was time to go! The week before I went into full panic mode trying to get ready: packing, preparing my travel-friendly snacks, getting my triannual haircut, and picking up my travel weed and Xanax.

This trip really threw off my regular routine. I am a creature of habit. I like to do things a certain way; it’s one of the ways I deal with my PTSD. I’ve learned that when I can’t do things the way I like, my anxiety is much worse. Knowing what to expect every day gives me a sense of normalcy, resulting in a lot less panic.

Sunset in the Canyon

The week after I got home, I felt totally depleted. I spent the week getting myself back on my regular schedule. Now that I’ve decompressed (read: gone to therapy), I’m ready to start writing about my trip. In addition to the less-than-ideal stuff, I’m planning a bunch of posts about what I did, saw, and ate in New Mexico. I also have a bunch of new unrelated stuff planned, particularly some outfits, a little witchy shit, and a few fun new spring crafts.

maya organics eye of the lotus

So, stay tuned for more of my regularly scheduled blogging, because I’m back on my bullshit.

2 thoughts on “Back on My Bullshit

  1. Wow, you took a nice, healthy break! I think the last time I was over here you were shopping for clothes for this trip! I seem to recall a tote with little cacti all over it. Did you take that? Hope you had a good break from the internet, as you know, I understand that need from time to time!

    Well, welcome back and looking forward to hearing about your trip!


    1. Oh yeah, that was my carry on, and bag for my day trips. It was great! The break from the internet was great too. Thanks so much!

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