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Autumn & Anticipation

Autumn has slipped beneath the doorways and settled on every surface, like a layer of dust. The first rumbles of Autumn called to me like a reprieve, following a Summer where the world seemed ready to be rid of us. Autumn swept in to douse the flames and press moisture into the earth, and coax…… Continue reading Autumn & Anticipation

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My Opinion on Opinions

It’s worth, at times, focusing on the good stuff and ignoring the bad. These times are precious little specks, and not to be over-indulged. The world is a wonderful place of wonder and awe and true goodness which just lifts me off my feet and soaks right into my skin. It’s an ‘ah-ha!’ moment where…… Continue reading My Opinion on Opinions

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Thoughts about Home & Fire

I’ve been thinking about home. About home as a concept maybe, but also a very literal place, and also, as a broader setting without defined boundaries but a very specific ~feeling~. I’ve been thinking about home because I wake up there every morning, because 2020 has a change of home planned, because people come and…… Continue reading Thoughts about Home & Fire

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Dear 365 Days: a reply

On the 14th of December 2016 I wrote myself a letter. Something about gaining perspective, something about gratitude. I’ve been hopping around the world and December 14th came and went. You can read my letter here: Dear, 365 Days You can read my belated reply below, but before you do! I wrote this reply months ago,…… Continue reading Dear 365 Days: a reply

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5 Days, No Phone: A Challenge

Day 1 This morning I used my phone’s alarm to wake up. Most mornings I set two alarms. The first wakes me up and the second reminds me to get moving after scrolling though Facebook while half asleep. Today, when I woke up I had no social media to scroll through, so I got out…… Continue reading 5 Days, No Phone: A Challenge