Scott Ninneman’s Posts – January 5, 2020

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I didn’t reach my goal of publishing a story every day last week, but I’m consistently getting content published. That achievement gives me some pride.

Most of the following links refer to content I published on Medium. All links are friend (free-read) links. You can read each story in its entirety even if you’re not a member, though I strongly believe that membership is worth much more than the $5 per month they charge.


Chronic illness and mental illness attack whenever they want. This week was full of reminders that my health is far from perfect.

Clearing out old files at the office drained me. When Work Takes It All Out of You shares my experiences from last week and how my body responded.

Work wasn’t the only stressor. In my study group, chronic illness made an appearance as well. Chronic Illness Strikes: When You Stop Breathing Onstage recounts what happened.

Working full-time with a chronic illness is difficult. Careful planning can do a lot to make it easier. In Solutions for Working Full-Time With a Chronic Illness, I share some things I do to keep me going.

In the writing community, everyone is sharing statistics regarding the chances of success with New Year’s Resolutions. Not one to trust everything I read, The Ultimate Truth: Statistics Are the Devil’s Playground is a funny tale about trusting the numbers.

Five poems are in varying stages of completion, but none of them are ready for publication. For this week’s video, I’m sharing Bipolar Blur the companion poem to Revealing What Happens When Experiencing Bipolar Blur. I referred to the poem last week, but this is the first time I’m featuring the video.

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