Leave the World Behind

“Shall we?”, she asked excitedly, looking over at him. Usually, she preferred to be in control of the car herself, but with him, she loved not driving. It made her feel safe and protected, deliciously female. Her hand rested on his leg, her body turned slightly towards him.  He looked over at her, smiling, and…

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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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Why Do I Write?

Ultimately, I write in order to connect with people. I wouldn’t have said that a few years ago – I would have said that I write for myself or because I have to get the words out. But that’s not true. It’s not the driving force (well sometimes it is). The main driving force is…

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