“Art can permeate the very deepest part of us, where no words exist.”
A surprising insight into my subconscious via a tissue box
It’s like a blink, a moment caught on pause before it’s flooded over with conversation or movement. I love that kind of photography.
Surely there’s a way to make time at least feel a little slower?
At the ripe and all-knowing age of 19, I thought I knew everything about love.
I hereby present the deliciously tasty: new outlook cake!
As an alternative to this month’s ‘Words of Inspiration’, here’s an inspiring little fable that reminds us all what’s really important in life.
It’s that unmistakable swell of jubilation, like a wave just before it curls and crumbles.
It’s odd to experience winter in the middle of June. It will always be a month I cannot help but associate with warmth and summer. Before leaving for work this morning I wrapped my scarf around my neck, slipped my mittens in my pocket and grabbed my umbrella. I stood at the front door, peering […]
Romantic love has been advertised in the same way as pharmaceutical drug commercials; when an attractive couple runs in slow motion down a sun-setting beach and a male commentator with a smooth voice starts proclaiming all the ways this ‘drug’ will improve your life. Then at the very end of the commercial in a very quiet, rushed whisper he admits the side-effects may include heart failure and imminent death. But we were too distracted by this image of perfection to allow the words “heart failure and imminent death” to resonate.