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You'll want to read this if you're stressed out by all the things you need to move.

Simplifying allows us to focus and appreciate what we have and improve upon it. Less is more for mental clarity.

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White Space

It fears some, welcomes others.

White space in personal time and environment arrives with a sense of loss. Nothing is here anymore. 

What can I do here, now?

  • Stay silent
  • Breathe
  • Stretch
  • Recognise the lessons and joy from what has been removed
  • Re-orient internally.
  • Value the pathless space
  • Use the new expanse to reach toward the unknown.

The world will happen anyway, use this time to refine, create new lenses to view the horizons of opportunity.

Be enough for the self. Here, now.

I Bet You Can

A/N: SOOOOOO. Sorry it’s taking a year and a day to get through these smooches. I’m working on multiple at once…but this one REALLY wanted my attention so here it is. This one is set in the Oblivion/Simplify story line, roughly around the first week of September- about three months in to #LakeLife. Counting down the lip locks. This is #12. 8 down, 11 to go! 


Word Count: 2,025

Prompt from : @suchatinyinfinity who asked for Logan/ a bet/ in the kitchen. I see  your wager, Dani, and I raise you a smut. 

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Beat the Heat

A/N: First of the Logan smooches and what do you know, its a d o o z y. (who’s surprised? anyone? bueller?) This goes along with the Oblivion/Simplify timeline. Countin’ down the kisses and this one comes in at 14. 6 down, 13 to go! 

Word Count: 1,604 

Warning: Z E S T. 

Prompt from an anon, who i hope enjoys where this one went: 


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10 Ways to Simplify Life

1. Don’t try to read other peoples’ minds and don’t expect others to be able to read yours. Communicate if it is important to you.

2. Don’t expect to be friends with everyone. We all are different – and we all like different things. Instead, invest your time in a few good friends. That’s all you really need to feel happy and fulfilled.

3. Create a budget and live within your means. Accruing debt will only cause you to feel stressed.

4. Get rid of the monster of jealousy – and only compare yourself with yourself.

5. Organize your clutter and get rid of some stuff. It will leave you feeling calmer, and will save you lots of time.

6. Stay on the sidelines and don’t get drawn into pointless dramas in other peoples’ lives.

7. Finish what you’ve started - and then do something else.

8. Treat every person you meet with respect, and err on the side of being patient and kind.

9. Accept there are things that you can’t change or control – and focus on those things that you can change or control.

10. Don’t be too proud to apologise. Admit that you were wrong, then say you’re sorry, and move on.

Alchemy, Poison and Healing Simplified

I think the 5e DM guide rules about crafting poisons and potions are waaaay too complicated and restrictive to use on the fly. Here’s what I do in three simple pages:


For all the GMs who might fear this could be OP, Uninterrupted Time and materials can be as limited as you need them to be.

Nebularomantic seems to work p well for now as a label for me but I wish the flag was prettier and didn’t have so many stripes

Trump America vs Arkham Horror

I had a thought while I was showering about how America is creeping up the “warning signs of fascism” list and it’s similar to Arkham Horror’s terror level. (I forget if terror level is in the base game or one of its expansions, eh.)

For anyone unfamiliar with Arkham Horror, it’s a complex board game based on H. P. Lovecraft’s mythos. The players all collaborate to prevent whichever terrifying Old One from breaking free and then destroying life as we know it. Terror level is basically a measure of how badly the players are losing: as more bad stuff happens (portals open, monsters come through, people are driven insane, etc), the terror level increases and the game gets EVEN MORE CHALLENGING.

(AH starts at a base level of “everyone needs to know what they’re doing and plan 1-2 turns ahead, yes EVERYONE” and gets to “we need a miracle, about three turns with no new disasters, and lots of strategy.”)

I was thinking about how the parallels between Arkham Horror and Trump America could make an interesting board game, where you play as grassroots organizers or politicians to slow/stop the rise of fascism. Games, stories, parables, etc are useful teaching tools for explaining big scary problems (see Animal Farm and the perils of communism), and I think a game like that could help that way, but it would have to be designed very carefully. (And the trick would be finding an audience who wouldn’t a. immediately dismiss it as liberal nonsense b. be triggered by events that hit way too close to home.)

…..but as a middle-class white woman, designing such a game is really, REALLY not my place.