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If you read my previous post, you’ll know I’m a big believer in boredom as a means of fostering creativity. But what is creativity? I’ve been thinking a lot lately about creativity and what looks like. I realised that I’ve been creative my whole life. Even though, a decade ago I would have said I […]
If you’re a parent on social media you’ve probably seen those articles or blog posts that are meant to tug at your heart strings. The ones that say, “the dishes can wait, you’re children can’t.” They implore you to relish every moment of your precious children’s life because they grow up so quickly. And it […]
Here’s an understatement: It’s been a year. I’m happy to say that all is overwhelmingly good. The family has health and good fortune and despite the ups and downs of daily life we have had no major difficulties to speak of. That said I thought I would put together a quick rundown of the best… Continue reading Goodbye Old Year, Hello New: The Best and Worst of 2018 →
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We’re almost at the end of 2018 and what a year. Personally, I feel as though my ambitions have been tested on all fronts, it’s as though something has been holding me back to make sure that this is really I want to do before releasing me. Well, I’m hoping 2019 will set me free. […]
Can you believe it's that time already? It seems like yesterday I was writing the 2017 version of this post (we still have all of those books by the way). As ever, I've gotten a little excited with my book-buying and it's not even mid-November yet. However, I haven't bought a single other Christmas-related thing […]
I’ve allowed myself to wrestle with a number of half finished posts for a while. Today the news has me so overcome with sadness that I have no choice but to post something. Earlier today, an anti-Semitic terrorist burst into a Pittsburgh synagogue and shouted “death to all Jews” before gunning 10 people down, all… Continue reading The more things change, the more they stay the same. →
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