Home is where I sit in the light, early morning on a Saturday before the rest of the world decides to wake and disturb. I gaze out the window and watch as the trees sway gradually, back and forth - almost convincing of a rural life until the oversized crane comes into focus. I hear… Continue reading what’s in a home?
I hesitate to say that I struggle from writer’s block, as I find it difficult to define myself as a “writer” (although what I actually am is undefined also). Putting pen to paper, aka fingertip to keyboard, is much more difficult than I envision at times. Like right now. Like the past month. Like trying to… Continue reading the sunday cure.
( Or for a lifetime - also quite happy with that ). The need for a holiday has sprung on me again. I know, I know, it's only been four weeks since my Tanzania adventure, but that Sydney life sucks it out of you, drastically quickly. All those horns and sirens, grumpy walkers, angry men,… Continue reading coastal for a day.
So it is almost time for me to disappear for a while, breathe some truly fresh air, and experience a completely different culture. Scary that that day has finally approached. After so much planning and revising and organising it is time to just let it all flow. Hop on that plane, climb that mountain, see… Continue reading countdown on.
I need to give my brain a moment to dump its current thoughts and swirlings down unknown portals and rabbit holes. All I dream of right now is getting out of the city, in a van ( with built-in bed, preferably of the Kombi variety ), driving along the coast with no phone reception. No… Continue reading right here, right now.
In response to Man Repeller's article, 'Are You Happy?'. Prepare for a crazed mish-mash of thoughts as I put my brain onto paper, and try to make sense of it's constant zinging and thought-processing. I feel like the last 2 days have been one continual creation of things-to-do lists, so the article probably couldn't have… Continue reading in response to happiness.
As part of the whole social media cleanse, my overarching goal is to live in the moment and avoid taking in everything through a screen. That means trying to avoid walking around the streets with my nose stuck in my phone, blinded by the latest Facebook posts. Also means avoiding angry passers-by and their disgruntled… Continue reading model muse :: tilda lindstam.