A weekend in Mudgee

To celebrate my friend’s birthday, a couple of my girlfriends and I took off to a small town called Mudgee. Since Monday was a public holiday we decided to make the most of the long weekend. My friend Sam suggested we visit Mudgee; a small country town in the middle of New South Wales, about […]

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Chilly winter mornings

Its odd to experience winter in the middle of June. It will always be a month I cannot help but associate with warmth and summer. Before leaving for work this morning I wrapped my scarf around my neck, slipped my mittens in my pocket and grabbed my umbrella. I stood at the front door, peering […]

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Words of Inspiration: June

For some reason it seemed like life moved slower when I was a kid. It feels like the older I get, the faster it goes. Its as if its building momentum with each passing year. I don’t know how to slow this, I don’t want to blink and suddenly be 80 years old.

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Words of Inspiration: May

In Canada (specifically in Ottawa) this is about the time of year when the snow has almost entirely melted. The weather remains slightly cool but the sun keeps getting warmer and warmer. Everyone is relieved to say goodbye to the miserable, bitter winter. It’s a time of year buzzing with hope as that sweet taste of early summer lingers teasingly in the air.

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Free fall

I can hear the ringing in my ears, the wind in my hair and his warm hazel eyes on me. It feels like a dream.

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Words of Inspiration: April

“Don’t ask yourself what the world needs, ask yourself what makes you come alive. And then go and do that. Because what the world needs is people who are alive.”

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Is love an illusion?

It made me realized that my own idea of what love is has been highly processed. Disney and Hollywood contributed to the Twinkie version of love, full of processed sugar and almost guaranteed to cause diabetes.

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