My March Blogging

I posted 18 times in March, covering a gamut of DEI (Diversity, Equity, Inclusion) related topics and citing a bevy of interesting books and writers. I continue to enjoy my blogging rhythm in retirement.

What’s in My Text Editor

I like pocket and bag dumps. Are text editor dumps a thing? They should be a thing. Here’s a screenshot of my text editor, Ulysses, showing this post in progress.

Screenshot of Ulysses showing my library, sheets in my inbox, the current sheet, and the dashboard.
Screenshot of Ulysses showing my library, sheets in my inbox, the current sheet, and the dashboard.

Here’s what’s in the writing queue.

  • Accommodations and Emotional Bids in Neurodiverse Relationships
  • My Two Blogs: Managing Publication Anxiety with Digital Caves, Campfires, and Watering Holes
  • Constantly Ruminating Engine of Regret: Social Anxiety, Rejection Sensitivity, and Flashbacks
  • Our Generation Ship: Electrify all the things, Automate all the things, Back up all the things
  • Samefooding the Apocalypse
  • Crip Wisdom in the Age of Coronavirus
  • My Favorite Everyday Carry Folding Pocket Knives

I hope that by mentioning them aloud I will be motivated to finish them.

My Retirement Blogging

I looked over my recent blogging and noticed I’ve done 16 posts on my main blog since retiring almost two months age. I enjoy the rhythm I’ve found, and I think this is a pretty interesting list, if I do say so myself: