Day 1801: What’s bothering us? What do we do about it?

What’s bothering us?

Well, I can’t speak for all of us, but what’s bothering me are the latest headlines from my news feed.

What do I do about it?

When something is bothering me, I do my best to share thoughts, feelings, and images.






Those squiggles on my office whiteboard represent the ups and downs of moods and life, which can bother people.

This video of the Old Philosopher, Eddie Lawrence, helped what was bothering me, Bunky.

What’s bothering you?  What do you do about it?  How about leaving a comment?

Thanks to all who helped me create today’s post and to you — of course! —  no matter what you do about it.


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19 thoughts on “Day 1801: What’s bothering us? What do we do about it?

  1. It’ll be my first Christmas in my new abode, but It’ bothering me that the family have decided to have Christmas dinner here !! I know it shouldn’t bother me, I’m usually good at being the hostess with the moistest, however for some unknown deep anxiety, it’s bothering me…….

  2. The suffering of a friend in Paris. Health and financial concerns beyond his ability to deal with threaten to make him homeless or a ward of the state.

  3. The tea bag wisdom really touches me this morning, Ann 💛. This is what I do when things bother me. Shift to a higher perspective, especially when what bothers me is outside my control!

  4. Breathe deeply, Ann, and do what I can.

  5. Taking a walk in the sun…with a much better ending than the Old Philosopher ???

  6. Sometimes I don’t know what’s wrong; something’s bothering me but I can’t put it into words. Sometimes I don’t know what’s taking the “yay” out of “yay team”, but I find that if I keep pushing forward the problem becomes clear. And sometimes so does the solution.

  7. What’s bothering me? Can’t think of a damn thing……………

  8. As Alfred E. Newman would say: “What….me worry? I agree. He must have been close to God.

  9. Pingback: Day 2588: We | The Year(s) of Living Non-Judgmentally

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