Category: Philosophical

2013-12-06 18.37.21 0

Coming to terms with my brain.

I’m now 34.  I’m over a third of a century old.  If I live to 70, then I am almost at the half-way point in my life.  Theoretically, I should have achieved approximately 50% of what I will ultimately achieve in my lifetime.   So perhaps that’s why I...

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Out of my comfort zone.

Lately, I’ve discovered that I have a bit of a problem allowing myself to be vulnerable.  I’ve always had to be the self-rescuing princess, so I’ve always got a Plan B to fall back on.  I’ve always been so be-damned independent that letting somebody help me takes conscious thought...

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Reflection

Somebody once walked out of my life, with the parting words: “You’ll never be able to do it all on your own.” I was pretty devastated at the time, so it felt like a cold knife being plunged into my heart.  It was a pretty horrid thing to say...

2013-08-01 Bali (Large) 0

Go Surfing in Bali.

I recommend it. I recommend going to Bali with no preconceived notions about what it’s going to be like.  Bali was never really on my radar of places I wanted to visit before I die.  To be honest, I had a preconceived idea that Bali was all about sterile...

2012-10-31 18.39.12-1 0

What is my target?

The mothership gave me some words to ponder over recently, telling me, nay insisting, that I was at a crossroads in my life.  I wasn’t really sure what she meant, because I’m not making sweeping changes to my life in any way – I’m still in the same job,...

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My Dad really IS Superman.

Even though some people think I have my shit together, I’m a spaghetti-tangle mess of drama. My father is an incredibly energetic man, always ready with a kind word, humour and enthusiasm for everybody in his world.  He projects energy.  He is fun to be around, and people genuinely...