These little thoughts have been swirling around my brain recently, and letting them roam free will help, maybe. Some are fleeting, and others stay long into the night. They are what they are. I'm finding the subject of weight increasingly boring as the years go by, and as I get better too. Like there are … Continue reading Thoughts of the moment #2.
These little thoughts have been swirling around my brain recently, and letting them roam free will help, maybe. Some are fleeting, and others stay long into the night. They are what they are. Things don't have to be perfectly curated. This could be your blog, music, image, and life. You can be a mosaic of … Continue reading Thoughts of the moment.
Lately life has made me amazed and in awe. Absolute awe. I feel useless at describing how golden people and moments and animals and nature and the waves of life simply are. We are laughing so much and spending time with friends and family and there are so many good things. Kind things. Lucky things. … Continue reading Lately…
Every single second runs and runs and flies and I can't keep up. Every word sounds clunky and bumpy and these sentences don't form how they feel and I just don't know how to say it. My brain soars at one hundred and one miles per hour and this is unfiltered. This is me. I … Continue reading Wired.
It's winter right now and I'm not normally one to say this, but I'm really missing summer. Wearing shorts and eating cold watermelon and downing all the water like there's no tomorrow - it's a stark comparison to our gray days now. Usually I find it tricky to pick one season that I like best, … Continue reading Liquid light and all those crazy feelings.
I'm going to begin with one of my all time, absolute favourite quotes - "I said to the sun, 'Tell me about the big bang.' The sun said, 'it hurts to become.'" (Andrea Gibson). And my oh my, that quote just fills me with so much power and so much strength; strength that it not … Continue reading I said to the sun . . .
It's been a week since I began reading Fight Like A Girl by Clementine Ford, and wow oh wow I am so lucky that this book came my way. "I'm angry that girls all over the world learn to hate themselves. Because we are taught that we are worth hating." (Clementine Ford). I picked it up obliviously, … Continue reading Fight like a girl.
“What are you? A chaos.” (Anaïs Nin). Just wanted to check in with everybody, to send out some love and good vibes, and to say that I’m thinking of you all. Right now I’m listening to Kings of Leon, reading old poetry, and watching the rain dance outside. I hope that today has been kind … Continue reading What are you? A chaos.
Hello lovely blogging friends! It's really nice to be back, even if it's only for a little while. I took around a month off from blogging - a month away from writing lots and lots, and sharing difficult things, and connecting to wonderful souls all across the globe. You see, several things happened which prompted … Continue reading A small hello.
Today I’m writing about why your voice is important, and about why it deserves to be heard. The stereotypes of mental illnesses portray a narrative; a story of what it means to be mentally ill. These stories are often limiting, damaging and aren’t the full story. They often don’t capture the experience of having a … Continue reading Expanding the narrative of mental illnesses.