Words of Inspiration: November

One thing Byron taught me well was to live simply and intentionally. And in an age of digital distractions, its almost an act of genius to pull away and simplify.

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Four years

Having someone you love die feels like suddenly getting yanked by the scruff of your neck and being dragged at breakneck speed through the clouds and then gently being released into the atmosphere.

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The Mexican Fisherman

The story is about an interaction between an American businessman and a Mexican fisherman. It made me smile when I heard it because my Dad used to tell my sister and I the exact same story when we lived in Jamaica.

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Words of Inspiration: September

I still find it weird that I somehow got to ‘adult status’ without any obvious, identifiable moment. It still feels like I’m parading around acting like an adult when really it feels like the little child inside is still there burning bright. Its like she’s tugging my arm demanding we play in the grass and daydream about what it would feel like to be stuck in quicksand. I have to continuously tell her to please stop distracting me for I’m attempting to be a grown up and you’re blowing my cover.

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Australia anniversary!

Two years ago today, with two heavily over-packed suitcases, I moved to Sydney, Australia.

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Joy

It’s that unmistakable swell of jubilation, like a wave just before it curls and crumbles.

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Words of Inspiration: July

“The key is to keep company only with people who uplift you, whose presence calls forth your best.”

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