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It was the first time ….

It was the first time, and it wouldn’t be the last, it was one Saturday afternoon that i realised something was missing. I think it was him. Up until this point I had wondered along pretty much ok, i had enjoyed the time we spent together but i wasn’t that concerned when we were apart. But on this… Continue reading It was the first time ….

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The problem with perfection ..

The problem with Perfection is that even when everything seems perfect, for me and for others of you I am sure – Sometimes that is still not enough.  I’m here because on the face of it, I have it all, but I also carry the pressure of maintaining that level of wonderfulness. Every.single.day. I tell you about… Continue reading The problem with perfection ..

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Understanding – is it simple?

Harper Lee wrote: ‘You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view . . . until you climb into his skin and walk around in it.’ and in response to today’s Daily prompt Understanding i have been thinking about what it really means to truly ‘get’ someone. Or to even ‘get’… Continue reading Understanding – is it simple?

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What does happiness look like? (And where do you find it) 

I have been wondering lately what it is that happiness looks like. Is it measurable? Is there like a scale where at say 1 you are miserable, 5 you are meh and 10 you are ecstatic? Is my daily search for happiness in vain because we will never actually be able to tell if I… Continue reading What does happiness look like? (And where do you find it) 

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Transatlantic thinking 

So recently it’s been less about escaping perfection and more about escaping paradise. I’m midway through a ( very bumpy) 9 hour flight home. I’ve been in the most amazing place you could imagine. But, as usual, what I took along with me along with the bikinis and flip flops was the overwhelming sense of… Continue reading Transatlantic thinking