Hello, friends! As you know, I’m taking a couple weeks off post-surgery. The good news: my friend Anthony is taking over the blog this week. Enjoy this post, say hi to Anthony and I’ll see you next Monday! xo “Dripping water hollows out stone, not through force but through persistence.” – Ovid It has only been a
For the first few years that I was on Twitter, I used the old “favourite” button to save articles that sounded interesting based on the title, but which I didn’t have time to read at that exact moment. Every week or two, I’d click on my favourite tab and skim through the articles, to see which
As you know, over the past year, I’ve dramatically downsized my belongings and now live with just 25% of what I once owned. Sometimes, I look around my home and still feel like there’s more I could get rid of; like the big pot I only use once every few months or the beaten up copy
Friends! Oh, my dear friends. I’ve been quiet on the blog, this year, while working on my book proposal – and I’ve missed you and this space so much. I’d often sit down to write something, but feel this pressure to always produce 2,000+ words and not publish anything unless it made a profound statement of
I’ve seen this picture float around the internet that says, “you weren’t born to pay bills and die”. I can see the point it’s trying to make: life is about more than working and paying bills. But, not to burst the picture’s bubble, the simple fact is that there will always be bills to pay.
One of my goals for the first 90 days of this year is to read 1 book/week… and, to my shock, I’ve actually been able to stick to it. My early success with this goal might be a result of the fact that I’ve committed to sharing a book review on Instagram every Sunday, so I feel