So Me

BrockaBooks, WorkLeave a Comment

I didn’t get done all the things I wanted to get done today cuz I was too busy doing all the other things on my list. You know how it is. Right after some errands and my very late breakfast, I kinda stood frozen for a moment of ‘which way do I go?’ Anxiety in the dullest sense. I took some materials outside to write, and that proved too hot. So instead I came inside and finally made headway on moving furniture; because lifting heavy objects (dragging a chaise lounge) none of this is obviously heat inducing. With furniture in different rooms, I had to rearrange art. I had to move one of my heavy mirrors I’d actually paid a … Read More

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The Reality

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I would like to think I read more books than I realistically do. It’s a memory of myself -when I could stock up on books from the library weekly, when I only had the distraction of a few emails and penpals online. I didn’t have a television. I was in my first apartment and this was a lifestyle I thought I knew about myself. A funny thought just struck me. I’m sitting on a stool, typing on a low table. This was exactly how I was set up in my first apartment. I think I actually had my laptop on a wooden bench. I sold my desk when I moved most recently and don’t miss it. I also gave away … Read More

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Simply Said

BrockaArt, Mood RoomLeave a Comment

Hi. Say it like it is, don’t beat around the bush. A longer read can be a deterrent within our clickbait culture. Haven’t you noticed the trend in adding [how many minutes this takes to read] under article titles or bylines of stories and journalism; as if everyone’s time is so fucking precious…give me a break. I’ve always seen it as a challenge. You don’t know me or how quickly I read. Aside from this, I’ve personally lost a lot of faith in journalism. It often comes across as deliberately destructive or sensational. Just as more money doesn’t determine class: better words don’t necessarily make a better point. Attention is not the same as focus. #BrockaQuote Often when a point … Read More

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Say to Say

BrockaBooks, Fashion, Health & WellnessLeave a Comment

Write to write, stream of thought: Been ‘cleaning house’ metaphorically and literally. I’ve actually always been a minimalist, since I was 7 or 8 -ask my mom. I would just give stuff away to my friends. ‘Oh you like that, here.’ Stuff is just stuff to clean. Unnecessary furniture pieces require unnecessary decorative pieces which inevitably collect dust, thus becoming a chore. A weight on how you use your time. And what is really being displayed? A feeling the object elicits (memory: items from travels or a gift) and/or an image projected, entirely purchased for design. I have both types, too, yes. I’m not trying to be an asshole, just making an observation worth considering. The author of this Tidying … Read More

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