moving on

5 things to let go of in 2018

26 Jan 2018 spirit + soul

You know, you can’t really move forward unless you let go of what’s been. And, I mean really release + try new things. I have always believed that new years are new starts, but I’m not sure if I’ve really done anything but think about it. I’ve felt the start of a new year as a symbolic, inspirational push; but I’ve never let it bring about concrete, practical changes in my life. What I am discovering this year, though, isRead More

“let me embrace my life”

18 Sep 2015 culture + art

sometimes life is just not fun. many times it’s not what we expected it to be. change comes when we don’t want it. disappointment, challenges, and suffering seem to be the norm instead of the exception. how do we deal with that? how do we keep moving on? how can anything good come from chaos + confusion? well, i don’t have the answers for you. not really. i mean, i have ways that i deal with this and i’ll share a fewRead More

take up your spade

6 Mar 2015 culture + art

i’ve spent the afternoon in a café. sipping on chai latte, watching people going by, listening to my march playlist, thinking about my place in this world. it’s gorgeous out today. the sky is a deep, deep blue. the sun is shining – and anytime the sun shines on sweden, it’s warm. i mean, it’s only 39 degrees (f) outside, but if you step into the sunshine, it warms you like no other place i’ve ever been. the sun isRead More

the love of thousands

remember how i said on monday that i was focusing on the value + emphasis that native americans put on families? well, i truly have been thinking about family a lot this week – it’s amazing how the universe seems to flow, connecting + bringing forth the exact things that you need, when you need them. in other words, timing often seem serendipitous as life unfolds moment by moment. well, this week i’ve been pondering the ups + downs ofRead More

how available are you?

19 Sep 2014 spirit + soul

when you don’t have a 9-5 job, or any job with a set schedule, then you tend to be available and flexible. which is a good thing. but, only if you set boundaries. know your limits. and learn how to say “no”. oh, and are disciplined. very disciplined. working as a freelance writer and photographer, i have come to understand this very intimately over the past year. and i’ve reaffirmed the fact that i do not set boundaries, i amRead More

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