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The indomitable human spirit

Woman laughing.

The internet isn’t particularly the best place in the universe. It has garnered a rather bad name when it comes to the way it can seriously affect one’s mental and to some extent, physical health. 

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The 'manifesting' trend

the back of a person who is looking at a wall filled with papers of ideas, concepts, and plans.

Closing my eyes and thinking positive thoughts, I realised it’s been around me a lot longer than I thought.

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This is a reminder...

Girl sitting crossed legged and breathing in a relaxed way

For all of you working hard to hand in your last assignments, and studying tirelessly for your last exams, this is a reminder for you to take a breather. 

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Life without a dog

A dog sits with its owner

I’ve been considering if I should add a fluffy companion to my company.

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As easy as riding a bike

Bicycle leaning against tree

I recently blogged about riding a bike for the first time since I was a kid. Here's my update. 

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From bad to worse

This has been a bad year for lots of us. It just feels like there’s this malaise in the air, that is affecting everyone and everything. I know a couple of other people have noticed this separately from me. It’s strange because the Corona virus didn’t even seem to hit Adelaide as hard as lots of other places.

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Admiring positivity

It can be refreshing to know positive people.

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Encouraging messages on serviettes

A colleague recently shared such a beautiful tradition they practice as a family. Their children have a habit of writing encouraging messages on serviettes and putting them on the dinner plate before dinner. I thought this was such a wonderful little habit. It’s not only heart-warming, but allows for a different perspective when we feel too close to challenges and problems. Having children’s perspective does not only provide a bit of much-needed humour, but their perspective of things and in life is something we ought to remember as well. Not all of us here would be living with little humans so I though I would send you some encouraging reminders, through Rupi Kaur’s words, taken from her collection of poems, The sun and her flowers and also from Cheryl Strayed’s collection of quotations, Brave enough.

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