This little collage I pored my lunchtime into sums up how I felt on the weekend, following two massively delayed flights, both to Melbourne and back. So much time spent whining and whinging, stressing about the wrong information on the departures board (surely our gate hasn’t closed when the plane hasn’t even arrived?), and asking… Continue reading thought process of airport waiting.
I need to be ok with not doing everything. It’s a hard lesson to learn for someone like me. My obsession with being “productive” is extreme and not always the most helpful. It means I can’t just sit and binge on Orange is the New Black (although I need to so I can finally be… Continue reading melbournite for a day.
(Sorry Amelia Diamond). In case you haven't noticed already, I have a very limited vocabulary. There are only so many times you can say 'amazing', 'incredible', or 'seriously' in the one post. Often I find myself wishing I had an inner dictionary, a knowledge of the words, like Tim - the collector of big words.… Continue reading all the words.
I love those months where you just find so much inspiration everywhere that you don't know what to do with it. They do become a problem though when I'm running around all weekend, trying to fit as much socialising in, then realise I haven't put any inspiration to practical use - haven't cooked, haven't been… Continue reading inspiration wall :: july.
I'm going to make a huge generalisation here - but this is what mountain life looks like through the eyes of a Canadian. How fitting for this current icy weather. Rachel Bussieres has managed to capture these massive hills in an almost eerie way, Friday 13th hey. But you can still find the beauty in… Continue reading canadian for a day.