Tag Archives: decision-making

Adapting to new waters

The art of breeding perfection Adaptation, To survive we adapt, We twirl into new forms, To withstand the wind, To bounce with the buoyancy of life, Sometimes it’s painful, Shifting, The energy required to morph into these shapes, Sometimes it … Continue reading

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Craving…MORE!

These last couple of weeks have been ‘craving-weeks’, by that I mean that I’ve been in a constant state of ‘I want’. According to the Buddhist four noble truths craving is one of the causes of human suffering. I think any … Continue reading

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Shifting from a dreamer to a visionary

Welcome back everyone! I’ve been away from my writing notebook for a while now, as I mentioned in my last post, I’ve taken some time off to focus on settling into uni and balancing the rest of my life with studying. Okay, so … Continue reading

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Decisions, decisions, decisions…

Have you ever struggled to make an important decision? I’ve recently turned 23 and have been forced to make decisions about my career, decisions about my relationships, decisions about fighting the things which hold me back and basically a whole host of … Continue reading

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Raindrop Gazing

This week I’ve had to make a lot of tough decisions, regarding work, study and life. You know the standard post-graduation decisions: ‘Do I really want this career? Do I really want to study that? Do I really want to … Continue reading

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