Triggers

Silently, she began to weep. Feeling profoundly sorry for herself, she rolled over and hugged the pillow tighter against her chest and let the tears fall. She felt pain, she felt sadness, but most of all she felt disappointment. She had given so much of herself over and felt cheated. And ruined. How had it come…

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Opinion Piece

Aren’t all my posts just my opinion? I’m supposed to critique something or give my opinion on a topic. I don’t like critiquing things (except punctuation and grammar of course – I love that!) but I do have a lot of opinions about a lot of things.  Today though, I think I’ll discuss this writing…

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The Lost Art of Letter Writing

In recent years, I have made the move back to paper. I have planners to keep track of my day to day life, my work schedule, major projects, web analytics, training and education, my photography business, all of the things that make up my life, I keep on paper. In fact, I have a whole…

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Peace

“I’m out!” she shouted from the doorway, as she hitched her massive handbag up on her shoulder, opened the door and pulled her sunglasses down from on top of her head. She heard grumbling goodbyes from her workmates as she closed the door behind her and she felt bad, for just a moment, about leaving…

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Wherever I Lay My Hat (or iPhone)

For The Daily Post’s Writing Course :  Finding Everyday Inspiration. Today, we’re tasked to write a post based on a One-Word Inspiration. They gave us six words: hope, regret, home, choice, secret, abundance. I chose Home. I have many places that I call home. My parents live in Central Queensland, so that’s definitely home. Home is…

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What Have I Learned?

I feel like I am constantly learning. Which is a very good thing. I recently transitioned careers and so I am learning something new almost every day. It’s tiring, for sure, but it’s also amazing and rewarding and inspiring. So today I’m tasked with writing a list of the things I’ve learned. First up, how…

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