I'm penning this on a late-morning, tissue if left hand and sniffling. (I'm typing this up on a Sunday afternoon still sniffling, and with a hazy-ish-headache-y feeling from a couple of nights of light drinking & late nights, after a long week.
Admittedly, staying up past midnight didn't help me, especially on a MacBook screen, but I also have a cold. It's grey and snowy outside. Read More
After the safety and security of school, and the "rules" I followed and hoops I jumped through, I hit a big scary wall aged 18 that didn't look like anything in particular but sounded a lot like this:
This life thing had been pretty straightforward up till now. Now sh*t was getting serious. I had to decided the path I wanted to take and apparently stick to for the rest of my life. (So I thought). Read More
According to the laws of the universe, everything must be in balance. I think someone once said something along those lines. And whoever it was, spoke sense. Opposites attract. What goes up, must come down. Yin and Yang. And so on. Read More
As introverts and/or sensitive souls, there are both benefits and downsides. There always are. It can sometimes feel that, with such delicate minds and bodies, our lives are a constant delicate balancing act.
On the one hand, it's a beautiful gift. On the other, with that power comes great responsibility, and that applies in this case for sure. Here are the best parts and the worst parts, I think you’ll notice a pattern or two… Read More
The day I discovered there was a word for people like me with so many far-reaching interests was almost as powerful as when the introvert penny dropped. Read More