I have a B.A. in creative writing from San Francisco State. Can people please donate? I'm very low-income. I need to start an escape the Ferengi plan.
Dear New Year, It is high time I make real money this year. My goals for this year are to publish three or four books, get a part-time per article writing job, buy Covered California, and sell my business to a metaphysical bookstore using a presentation I'm writing, which is proposing an equal partnership. I also want to buy a kiosk at the mall to sell gemstones, and my artwork, maybe eventually turning that into a botanica. I'm looking forward to making a lump sum from a business sale, in order to have money in the first place with the ability to open up new streams of income as they come. I can't be super specific because every time I get that specific, something always comes up to get in my way.
From the age of 5, I was a bit fixated on martial arts when some older kids pushed me into the lawn at our school. I did kindergarten in public school, first grade in private school. I have gone mano-a-mano with my old man using actual skills. I got pinched in between the legs in my old neighborhood, counting as one street fight I resolved by hitting the guy with my bag of groceries in the chest, making noise by yelling at one guy and getting the hell out of there. I have stood up to threats of physical violence in my home. I refuse to stay silent, since when I tell my mother to deal with all she is not dealing with, it is met with still more denial. I'm sick to death of it, frankly. But anyway, I'm talking about why I latched into martial arts as an interest an exhausted, sleep-deprived 15-year-old with untreated schizoaffective.
I'm deeply aware that I need surgery, but I have been told not to get it even when the pandemic improves. Some of my doctors are divided into camps, the pro-surgery camp and the anti-surgery camp. I have to find the one GI and surgeon that will agree with me though, because these hernia symptoms are making me crazy. The acid reflux doesn't feel mild, but they say it is. I have to make a follow up with my other GI. My claircognizance is telling me that I need surgery, my body is screaming at me this fact but I can't get it out of some of my doctors.
I'm thankful for my peaceful, drama-free existence in the present since certain people in my life moved countries, leaving me to my own devices using the free medical care for disabled people I hooked myself up with. I'm grateful for my body bothering to work right since I managed to control the acid reflux using Reiki tonight. I have realized I'm low at 4:00 a.m., without noticing so I may have to adjust my basal rates. I'm most of all grateful for my free medical care for low-income people since I managed to give myself the hook up with that.
Health care is not perfect in other countries as I have recently been schooled on by talking to other people on Facebook but since I protect my sources I can't say from where. My type 1-diabetes had a hard time being diagnosed, for example but that was probably something done by my primary caregiver, my mother. Advocacy is key, but I went through many years of my life not knowing I had 22q at all, until I turned 18. Then I said, great now I have to deal with it. I didn't find out about low blood platelets being a part of 22q until these last two years.
Positive thinking is all about happy thoughts while negative thinking is about dark thoughts. You cannot have OCD without over-analyzing things. Untreated mental illness is hell on earth, I have to say, and only because I'm saying it out loud that is such. I take my medication to make sense and sleep at night. I really do need it. Negative thinking is something that is only human to do. It doesn't make you a bad person but I grew up in the 1990s when negativity was banned. This is why Kurt Cobain was a suicide, he didn’t have anybody to hear him out and he was a drug addict.
For those who do not look sick, they have a practice of navigating their chronic illness while out in the world only because they know some folks lack the ability to see their illness through. If someone looks "fine" to you, you do not see that they have some underlying illness like lupus (for example, which Lady Gaga has) or rheumatoid arthritis that is causing them immense pain. Hence why I want to start a dating service for chronically ill folk but that goes on my after 2020 business ideas list. But you don't look sick, who says? Somebody who looks fine may in fact actually need a disabled parking space only for the sake of getting one.
On September 8th, 1966, Star Trek premiered originally produced from September 1966 to December 1967 by a company called Norway Productions and Desilu Productions. Then Paramount took over from January 1968 to June 1969, airing on NBC. Star Trek became a franchise, made up of 8 series', 13 feature films, also spawning games, books and toys. Star Trek was controversial when it premiered back then because of the diversity of the crew. Star Trek's number one strength is featuring all the diversity they have on the show, since it is about people who are different from each other working towards a common goal, that of exploring space, while keeping each other safe and taking care of each other.