Disabled But Able To Rock! The Danger Woman Story

“‘Disabled But Able To Rock’ follows the life of Betsy Goodrich, a high-functioning autistic woman and her superhero alter-ego, Danger Woman. Danger Woman fights the Tri-phobes (Race-ophobia, Homophobia, and Disable-phobia) with her high-octave, karaoke crime-fighting superpowers.

Meanwhile, the real Betsy contends with a severely autistic and schizophrenic older brother and a diabetic mother wrestling with the burden of caring for two disabled children on a daily basis. Once that all changes, however, the true challenge becomes finding the balance between freedom and care.

Using home movies, interviews, old photographs and performance footage, the film peers beneath the veneer of its subject’s disability and examines the hopes and dreams of a woman who gets older, but cannot grow up.”

Disabled But Able To Rock! The Danger Woman Story

Bookmarking for later.

Reduce Your Death Anxiety

“The one thing all human beings have in common, is the fact that one day, our lives will end in death.

What does the idea of death mean to you? How does it make you feel?

Chances are the thought of death triggers fear or anxiety in you. You might not feel totally comfortable with the idea of dying and your life coming to an end.

Research shows that in our modern-day Western society death denial is a common attitude. Which is very contradictory in itself when you think about it, as death is ultimately the one thing we can not avoid from happening.

Ignoring death often leads to more death anxiety which can have a huge impact on your mental health and your day-to-day life, while contemplating death will give you the benefits of going through life more aware and with greater purpose.

With my online video course I will give you the tools to explore your relationship with mortality, and reduce your death anxiety.

https://acourseindying.com/get-ahead-of-death-online-video-course-on-mortality/

My father-in-law recently died after several years of illness. Talking about the possibility of dying is fraught with people engaged in magical thinking, as if broaching the subject is causal. It’s simply a reality people must face, and when they put it off, it is invariably worse. For €79, it’s probably a useful exercise, but the reality is the people that really need it won’t be the one’s buying this course.

Bogleheads

“Welcome to the Bogleheads® wiki, a collaborative undertaking by members of the Bogleheads Community. This wiki is a reference resource for investors. Bogleheads emphasize starting early, living below one’s means, regular saving, broad diversification, and sticking to one’s investment plan.”

https://www.bogleheads.org/

Never heard of it. But, the emphasis seems right. Bookmarking.

TweetDelete

“TweetDelete is a service that can mass delete your Twitter posts based on their age or specific text they contain. It can also run automatically on a schedule if you wish.”

https://tweetdelete.net/

I haven’t tried it, but I read that this can do a rolling delete at a particular time, say 6 months. It seems like it might be useful to some people.

Hypothes.is

“Hypothesis is a new effort to implement an old idea: A conversation layer over the entire web that works everywhere, without needing implementation by any underlying site.

https://web.hypothes.is/about/

I thought I had bookmarked this here before, but it looks like I did not. I thought I’d add for anyone who finds the idea interesting.

The Sh*t You Don’t Learn in School Podcast

Formal schooling does a terrible job of preparing you to thrive as an adult. The Sh*t You Don’t Learn in School podcast exists to make up for this societal failure. 

In this show, Calvin Rosser and Steph Smith share stories, insights, and resources designed to help you improve the quality of your personal and professional life. 

If works out, you’ll be 1% better at navigating life. Check out all of the episodes here.

-Calvin Rosser, “The Sh*t You Don’t Learn in School Podcast.” calvinrosser.com.