I'm on a journey to find health and happiness through a more holistic and green lifestyle.

I find the world to be abrasive. =) That is to say, I feel the need to armor myself, physically and emotionally, in order to face life. Don't we all? Maybe. For whatever reason, it has become a priority in my life to rid my immediate environment of irritating things. And I'm sensitive! So there is much work to be done. But. I have thought for a long time that the things I come in contact with every day, and the stuff used to clean and maintain these things, need to be gentle and non-toxic. I have had eczema my entire life. For a long time I just dealt with it, and accepted that sometimes it's bad, and sometimes it's not, and that it will fluctuate a lot. Gradually over time I have come to find that certain things, fabrics, cleansers, materials, are more irritating to my skin than others. Stress can exacerbate it. In more recent times, I have realized that every aspect of my life improves when I improve conditions for my skin. Hah! What a concept! Thus my (long time) interest in going green, and my more recent desire to live a more holistic lifestyle. (I think I've felt a desire for a long time to live in a harmonious way with myself, my surroundings, and nature, but didn't have a name for it.) Anyhow, this blog is a journal of my trials and errors, and basic crooked path to find a balanced and peaceful existence for myself and my family. Thanks for your interest! I would love to hear your thoughts and ideas!

Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Passwords Are A Pain In The...

Oh passwords drive me crazy!!!!!!!!!!!!!

There has got to be a better way. I am an online kid. My entertainment and escape from my world is the couple of minutes I spend online here and there all day long. So it drives me absolutely crazy when I have to sign in and my password isn't accepted, or I can't remember what it is. Argh! I realize what they are for and why they are important, but man, what a pain. In fact, some of my passwords reflect my sentiments about passwords! Bitter, yes, but it really does cause me a few mood points when I have 1.5 minutes to check something, and in all that time all I get is "wrong username/password combination. Snarl.

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