The Build Up
When I got my invitation to The Build Up it was like someone had reached inside of me and turned on a light in what was becoming a very dark space. I was in the midst of the toughest couple of months of my life, feeling emotionally and physically battered. I’m not going to pretend…
The world is waking up and stretching and singing and I’m singing too because I have music to play LOUD while driving (my new car rips). The first hot day hits everyone hard. Is it already summer? No one is complaining, exactly; the sun’s embrace comforts my skin that has burdened the long months of…
Goodbye Summer (Letting Go)
Just a short post featuring a beautiful poem as the seasons change and the final days of warmth let go of us.
One Thing You Can Do for the Planet This Week
This is 23% more effective at reducing your carbon footprint than all other personal actions combined.
This year I became a Permanent Resident of Canada. I feel immeasurably lucky for this because I love this place. However, it is not my land.
Home-Thoughts, from Canada
A trip to England, with her winding roads and towering oaks, torn over political debate (re Eurovision)
Feeling the Fear
And doing it anyway.
Five Lessons From a Healing Summit
There are all sorts of powers in this universe.
Notes To Myself
My struggle to fall asleep at night
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