In 2011 I made peace with the fact that I am growing old(er). The stretchmarks are a reminder of the precious 9 months I had Luke inside of me, before I had to let him go to be his own person (I'm a tiger who earner her stripes!). The small beginnings of wrinkles are reminders … Continue reading Killing yourself to look pretty?
Here's one for the writers. Do you often struggle to find just the right word to describe an emotion? I found this tremendous Emotion Sheet: If it is a bit unclear and you want me to email it to you, just send me a message. Hope it helps!
No, this is not me standing up and becoming a politician fighting for human rights. It's just me, entering a Creative Challenge and I need your votes, please?! My entry is one of 19 and I need you to vote here. Voting is open now until midnight on the 2nd of June 2013. Thank you!
I met you with my heart in a million pieces, vulnerable and scared. The spark in your eyes shone for only me, your words, softly telling me it would all be fine. You told me that you cared! You told me you would guard my heart and protect me! I chose to believe you. What … Continue reading 110 Creative Challenge – Cheating
If you could switch blogs with any blogger for a week, with whom would you switch and why? What an interesting prompt! I am going to bend the rules a bit and opt for three bloggers that I would love to swap with, in no particular order: Louisa - We've come a long way and … Continue reading Let’s switch it up
Our memories of situations differ based on past experiences. What stories do you tell yourself about your life. Take a step back and reconsider
From Hippie Peace Freaks
“We tell ourselves stories every day. This is a story. A story of how we take the events of our lives and turn them into memories. And of how we can remake those memories by telling new stories to change our lives.
Every story is built on themes and although there can be an infinite number of stories there are a limited number of themes. The stories we tell ourselves about who we are and what our lives are about are just so. We can be the hero, antagonist or victim. Our lives can be heroic or tragic, fulfilling or empty, happy or sad. It all depends on the story we write and the stage on which we perform.
Just as a stage contains props to support a play, so do we select from life’s myriad events the bits and pieces of evidence we use to…
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A heartfelt thank you! goes out to Peter Feldman for the Good Food and Wine Show Tickets. It was an amazing experience! I must admit, however, that I felt like a bit of a traitor for attending the show straight after I did the March against Monsato. I found it a bit ironic too that, … Continue reading Good Food and Wine Show
"Hell No GMO. GMO, we have the right to know!" These were the words chanted by around 600 marchers who took to the streets of Cape Town today. The objective? Send a clear message to Monsato. A message to let them know that the people have had enough of the sugar coated stories being fed … Continue reading Cape Town Sends message to Monsato
It's just a little bit late, I know, but it's been a busy day. Herewith my response to the Daily Prompt. Just the other day we were talking about how much technology have changed over the last couple of years. The change over the last 20 years have been especially big. Every year a thing … Continue reading The Nexy Big Thing
What did you have for breakfast? Dinner? Do you really know? Up to about three months ago, I thought that I knew what I was eating. Looking back, however, I realize how ignorant I was. There is still a lot I need to learn and, I am sure, a lot of disturbing facts yet to … Continue reading Global March Against Monsato