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If I had put a dollar into a jar for every time that I couldn’t look at myself in the mirror, the jar would be heavy. I would be harsh and tell myself that my foibles were gross imperfections and … Continue reading
What makes you happy? If you come up with a billion and one answers, or there about – Congratulations! I love it! If you’re struggling, let’s just start with one; because that is like grabbing the door handle in a … Continue reading
Travel is a whirlwind adventure filled with wonderment, adventure, escapism, and personal growth. You put yourself out there, out of the security of your bubble and into the unknown – sometimes a little, sometimes a lot. Everything was going great … Continue reading
There is one thing that I have been notoriously good at throughout the years and that is being hard on myself; judgmental, critical, mean, deplorable, hurtful, and downright nasty – you name it, I have internally uttered the most destructive … Continue reading
In a world where we are so busy, rushing around to tick boxes and achieve for someone else, for ourselves… Be kind to self. In a world where there is never enough time to fit every single thing into a … Continue reading
The dandelion dances gently in the afternoon breeze. Petal-less, it grows leaps beyond the other grasses; straight up reaching for the warm rays of the sun. According to the lawn mower, it mustn’t be there and its stem gets ruthlessly … Continue reading
While chowing down on a lemon meringue pie that oozed its goodness out onto my plate, I read a line that struck me to stop chewing and drop my jaw a little, enough so that a little wayward crumb jumped … Continue reading
Sometimes it feels like the only reprieve you have in life is sitting on the toilet and playing Candy Crush. After what I am going to call ‘the weekend I got shat on’; it seems viable to do things like … Continue reading
The black dog bites. It has an insatiable hunger and is relentless once it sinks its teeth in. Some escape with emotional scars, others cannot free themselves from the grasp. Upon his death, it was revealed that my older brother … Continue reading