We all have days alone. Some might throw in a lazy day, some might have a to-do list saved for their rare free time, some might head out to enjoy the outdoors. When your days alone are limited - those days becomes precious. That choice to do whatever you choose to do is sacred. When … Continue reading 5 things I’ve learned home alone and injured
Owing to technology, we can keep in touch with the world wherever we are, whatever time of day. It seems entirely unavoidable. TV, social media, smartphones, advertisements, those large-printed headlines you see taunting you down every high street news stand, that one friend consistently updating you with unwanted, unsubstantiated facts they read on the internet … Continue reading You, your mind, and world news
It's that time already. Where has the day gone? Here we go again. From the moment my head hits the pillow, my brain hits the roof. Suddenly I question reality and everything I have come to learn over the past 24 years. The 'what if's' take over and suddenly I'm not myself anymore, I'm an … Continue reading Thoughts of an anxious insomniac
I won't pretend I have any sort of clue what I'm doing on wordpress. Infact, I'm still the only one to even look at my own blog.. Good job I'm my biggest fan. So. It all started last year. It was a cold.. dark, gloomy night. Nope. Right. Last year I dislocated my shoulder and … Continue reading Overcoming injury and anxiety
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