My boyfriend and I went to Waterton National Park for a few days. We have never been there before and the area is beautiful. Sort of having a disability issue though It seems like an excellent place for hiking but with chronic pain I don't exactly make much of a hiker. I usually do go… Continue reading Waterton National Park
365 Questions, One Page Per Day: A One Year Self-Discovery Journal Day 90: Write down three things you do to train your authentic self expression I think the only thing that has ever constrained my authentic self was my professional career because of society's ideas of what a professional woman in the role ought to… Continue reading 356 Days of Questions: the authentic self
365 Questions, One Page Per Day: A One Year Self-Discovery Journal Day 87: What is your favourite way to deal with boredom? And what are three better ways? Well, I am not someone who has a problem with boredom. I am someone who has a problem with too many hobbies. And I'm also someone who… Continue reading 365 Days of questions: Bored?
365 Questions, One Page Per Day: A One Year Self-Discovery Journal Day 35: How would you describe the journey of life you've had so far? Hmm. Hmmmmm. Hmmmmmmm. A tragic comedy? Okay, that is a little dramatic. Maybe like a quest for meaning that doesn't actually exist. But since my personality type is obsessed with… Continue reading 365 days of questions: Life the Quest
365 Questions, One Page Per Day: A One Year Self-Discovery Journal DAY 7: we are skipping to day 7 What has life been trying to tell you the past few years? Life has a way of telling me quite clearly that I have to just recover and get used to the idea of not working… Continue reading 365 days of questions: What is life saying
I know personality tests are inherently flawed. They all are. Even if you are the most introspective person in the entire universe I don't think they capture who you truly are personality wise. For many reasons. One is that they are limited to broad strokes rather than nuances. But mostly because who you perceive yourself… Continue reading Internal self- Are we good narrators of our own story?
So I just had a birthday and I am now 43. As we know from Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy the answer to Life, the Universe and Everything is, in fact, 42. Therefore, we can assume the age of 42 is one of profound wisdom where we get a glimpse of Life, the Universe and… Continue reading Year 42 the answer to life, the universe and everything
We're all just stories in the end. We really, really are. The fact is, our brain likes to remember events as it wants to remember them, not how they happened. It makes our lives into its own personal story of what happened. Sometimes you get into an argument with someone about some event years ago… Continue reading Life is like a story…
I imagine my life is full of missed opportunities, but as someone with chronic illness and chronic pain it does not do well to linger on them or the past. We often have a problem thinking a little too much about times when we were 'better' and what we 'could have accomplished'. The road of… Continue reading Writing prompt: Missed that