Unfortunately, with me not writing as much as I should/wish that I would, I end up missing telling you about some exciting things that I’ve been up to. Continue reading “la vie est amis et le bon repas”
If I gained nothing more than a fascination and love for Middle Eastern food from my last dating experience, I am more than grateful for it. Continue reading “chicken shawarma – my diet’s kryptonite”
Thanksgiving: a time for reflection, for gratitude.
This year, more than ever, I am thankful for the life I am living. I am grateful for the people that helped me get through the past year: my amazing family, my friends (a few that were absolutely integral in where I am today), and I am thankful for the new people that have made their way into my life.
Who can even believe how fast this year has gone, and how different things are from one year to the next?
Think about it. Where were you last year at this time? How much has changed since then? Maybe you got new job, lost/made a friend, battled an illness, recovered from a broken heart, graduated school, made a big move. No matter who you are, or what you’ve done, a great deal happens in a mere 365 days. Continue reading “80 days until Christmas”
Here’s the thing. When something is happening in my life (either good or bad), I always have to do something with my hair. Sometimes I go get it dyed, sometimes I cut it myself, sometimes I over-pluck my eyebrows, sometimes… well, you get the point. Continue reading “the significance of hair colour and what I had for dinner”
Soul searching. How often do you do it? Every day? When insomnia haunts you? When you feel like it’s the last option?
I, for one, do not do enough of it. And I realize I need to change this.
As I was relaxing in a hot bubble bath tonight, I realized how much both life and love are like water. I suppose, in a way, life is water. We’re sustained by it, the earth relies on it, the majority of our body mass is made up of it. In the same sense, you could argue that life is love. Without love, there is no purpose, there is no continuance, there is no future. But aside from that, what other features of water are shared with life and love? I’ll tell you what I was contemplating as I laid back in my hot bath, being enveloped with sweet smelling bubbles and the words of John Mayer, Casey Abrams and Jason Mraz… Continue reading “water. life. love”