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An art gallery, an antidote for getting ‘out of the head’

Sometimes it takes physically moving into a different environment to let some mundune ruminations dissipate away. This long weekend called for afternoon naps, art gallery wandering, Kirtan, lounging, amongst normal weekend stuff, and later on a women’s circle. Healing, processing, embracing. Remembering, it’s not happening to me, it’s happening through me. I love the idea…

year in reflection

So I have been living mostly offline recently except for some facebook and instragram photos…holding tight with last minute performance measures, end of year social events and last catch ups for the year (including my first escape room!) and then 7 days back on the island, eating, (some) drinking and festivities, the usual Christmas thing…

83 dreams

Inspired by Laura Vanderkam “list of 100 dreams”. I made it 83 :). This is my go to, for now and then, for a spare half day somewhere, my next project, my next medium-term to longer-term goals. This will be a more spaced out goal setting tool for me and that I’m still trialing (it…

just keep going…

So not a lot has changed, experiencing the highs and lows of house hunting. It had been a slightly full on work week too but in between also quite appreciative of the kind friends this week. So nicely succinct huh? Weekend spent focusing on creative endeavours (I don’t want to say this too loudly,┬áChristmas is…

sleepy week

I’ve been on this not quite hyper, but some kind of sleepy heightened energy phase this week. Mister husband had been doing 2am training classes for his work, training from the US. Hadn’t really had to trial anything like this before. Turns out any tiny bit of change can affect my sleep, I tried to…

Transitioning…

It’s pretty much been two months since being back in Australia, we’ve gone from sweltering hot summers to quite opposite freezing cold winter (and some initial time getting winter clothes), we’re with his parents at the moment, and we are so lucky that where we are staying is one last thing to worry about, that…