She took over the camera today, while I was knitting. We were out for a coffee. =) Continue reading
Writer’s confession: My favourite place to be when at primary school, high school, and university was… In the library. Preferably with a takeaway soy latte. At uni, of course.
I could escape the commitments, the deadlines, the dreaded prospect of exams.
The smell of old books mixed with coffee would make for the most perfect perfume. All it needed was a little bit of rain. Continue reading
As a Tolkien fan, what more do you need? This is sufficient writing inspiration to last me a few good days.
Proof of the magic of great writers.
Do forgive me, I’m just a little overjoyed here.
If you want a more lengthy, more thought-provoking post, check this one out. It didn’t show up in the Reader for some of you, sorry for that!
Random Thought of the Day: When you look into someone’s eyes, you only see brushstrokes of colour, the empty black of their pupils. It’s almost impossible to actually see who they are, what their story is, and what they’ve gone through in their lifetime. Continue reading
Open your eyes, listen to the music. Better yet, listen to your inner voice. Are you truly happy? Is your every day life something that satisfies you? Fulfils you? Is your weekly routine something that builds a wonderful future?
Look down the road that lies ahead of you. What is the ultimate destination?
You are living your life on this beautiful world. On this day, at this time.
Are you truly happy?
If not, time to wake up.
Even though I drink tea 90% of the time, I still love a good coffee every now and then. And I must say, I’m addicted to the coffee tag on my WordPress feed. Such beautiful drinks, places and people. Apologies for no post yesterday, was busy baking and meeting up with a friend. Continue reading
Rain today in Sydney. After so many dry, windy days. Heaven.
This is helping my budding London Dream, and it might help you with your own work. =) Just sharing the love for raindrops.
Random thought of the day: Why do we celebrate birthdays? We should instead celebrate our mothers, who really did all the work that day. We did nothing. Continue reading
Believe it or not most, if not all, of us have experienced depression at some point in our lives. The extent of our depression varies according to each case, sometimes it’s so severe your doctor may recommend anti-depressants. Understandable, simple, logical diagnosis, no?
What does it mean?
De-pression. To de-press is to push down. To lower in amount or value. To be pushed lower. When you’re depressed, you’re not at your best, you’re not at your full potential, you’re not in a balanced, neutralized state of mind. You’re below that, you’re less than who you really are. Continue reading
Writing Tip: Write about something you feel passionate about, because the passion will always lace your words.
Something that pisses you off, pushes your buttons, turns you on or makes your eyes go hazy and your heart flutter. When you write with emotion, your readers will feel the emotion. Continue reading
Writing Confessions: Sometimes, you start something having absolutely no idea where it’s going. Continue reading