I was link hopping the other day (jumping from page to page on the internet using links provided on the page) when I came across something that piqued my interest. Kintsugi; a Japanese art form whereby if you break a bowl, mug, vase or some other piece of pottery/ceramics, you can fix it with a special […]Read More Kintsugi: Precious Scars
“I fell in love.” If you haven’t heard anyone use the line above, where have you been? I tend to hear something along the lines of the above quite often, and I quite like the phrasing of it; I fell in love. I think that falling in love is the perfect word choice for the feeling you […]Read More Conversations with Ronnie #2: Falling in Friendship
Brilliant, the very essence of this word is something good…no, not just good, something that’s great. When I think of something great, my mind keeps circling back to the amazing people I have in my life. My friends, my family…my people. They are all brilliant in their own ways just like you and me. Everyone […]Read More You are brilliant.
Where is home? I think that when asked, a lot of people would automatically answer that question with their address; a physical place. I’d like to see if we can explore the question a bit further, think outside of the box. To do that, I’m going to rephrase the question; what is home? What does home mean […]Read More Conversations with Ronnie #1: Where is your home, not your address.
It’s funny isn’t it, the act of taking a photo. Taking a snapshot of a moment in time that you can then revisit anytime you look at the picture. Have all of those smells, sounds and sights come flooding back to you, almost as if you’ve been transported back to that very moment. Each photograph is […]Read More The act of taking a photo.
I recently wrote a post about doing the things you want to do in life so that you don’t have any regrets, if you didn’t catch it here’s a link. I’ve recently been following that advice by doing some of the things on my bucket list and completing life goals. The past couple of months […]Read More Be that “crazy” person!
I’d like to start off this post by saying: Life isn’t for the faint hearted. That’s what these past few months have made me realise, with the adventures and experiences that the world has to offer you should try to encapsulate and explore as much of it as possible. I personally believe that a life […]Read More Life isn’t for the faint hearted.