I’ve started a side branch blog called “Starlisa Stories” at starlisastories.wordpress.com I will do a lot of this deep journaling, philosophizing, mental health, ADD AND Autism, and self-help kind of posting on that blog and keep this one for Photography. Truly they often get mingled anyway! My thinking is there are certain people who areContinue reading “Blogging changes”
Category Archives: philosophy
The Elusive Creative Muse
The Elusive Creative Muse Beauty is everywhere. As I write this, I can hear the geese flying overhead through my open window. It tugs at my spirit to come and play and dance on the wind. Looking around me I see all the unfinished projects and “things I need to do” instead. No wonder I’mContinue reading “The Elusive Creative Muse”
ADD/ADHD THOUGHTS 11/15/2018. Warning, this is long and thought stimulating. 😁👀❤️ I am getting to that point of finding my strengths instead of beating myself up for my “faults”. The negatives get more attention typically, because those are the things that bother other people most such as chronic lateness, distractibility, difficulty following through on tasks,Continue reading “Understanding ADHD”
More than Meets the Eye: the tip of the Autism Iceburg.
Studying more on ASD and ADD has given me many insights; not only into the autistic community, but also myself. Long blog post!
Two sides to every story
Thoughts on Political Process, Social Media, and Polarization of the Masses… and about Fear of Change. This has been boiling up inside as I read more about both “sides” of both the #noDPL Standing Rock protests against the oil pipeline as well as the occupation of the #Malheur wildlife refuge in Oregon by the BundyContinue reading “Two sides to every story”
Compassion for “Mormon and Gays”
This is a very emotionally charged subject for so many people. I have many well loved friends and family who are gay or lesbian, openly or in the closet so to speak. I also have many friends and maybe some family who are very close minded on the subject and feel very strongly against it.Continue reading “Compassion for “Mormon and Gays””