Thursday, August 30, 2012
Worrying more than usual, fearing what might happen more than the average person, preparing for the remotely possible even if others don't. For the phobic and uberphobic among us, this is a way of life.
And it's not easy. We have to be faster, quicker, smarter, more clever - to do just the typical-all-in-a-day's-work things, like turning left on a yellow arrow across four lanes of traffic at 5 p.m. on a Friday night.
Not easy. But, through the awesomeness that Aiming Low is, they give me the space to write up aaaallllll my secret tricks to making it work. Today, brought to you by Aiming Low, Better Living Through Phobic Efficiency.
Have hope, my dear tribe, it can be done.