Control

Best of all an honest understanding of what is within our control provides real clarity about the world: all we have is our own minda. Remember that today when you try to extend your reach outward – that it’s much better and more appropriately directed inward.” The Daily Stoic

It’s Officially….

…”it’s f**king freezing” weather. 

Gallons of Water

So for a while now, I’ve been dealing with a physical issue. One that has caused me chronic pain, and is not fun. As part of the healing plan, I’ve been guzzling liters and liters of water and herbal teas.

You Don’t Need It

You don’t need anything. Trust me. Empty that online shopping cart. Forget that new ‘miracle’ cream. You don’t need it. It won’t make your life better. It won’t make you look like Giselle.

Better or Worse?

Watching a short video about social media, the question the speaker asked was, “when people come to your page, do they feel better or worse?” He was talking about the constant push of ads, and the consumerism mentality.

The Wet Season

Well thus far it’s been a highly interesting Autumn here. Lots of rain, and wetness, not a lot of the leaves crunching under foot and sunshine.

Couldn’t Stop Laughing

One day we walked to swimming, and on the way I stopped with my Girl to take some outfit shots.

Nourishment in One Place

“As in childhood, they become fixated on one person, whom they see as their sole source of well-being. They transfer this desperate attitude to their relationships, believing all of their nourishment can be provided by one person only: their particular mate” – Zen and the Art of Falling in Love.

Delusions

“Many of us refuse to see the person standing before us (including ourselves) for who they really are. Instead, we seek the thrill, glamour, and false comfort produced by fantasies, hoping that this new person will be the one we have been searching for.” Zen and the Art of Falling in Love

Crochet!

Crocheting has been a hobby for a while now.

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