Monthly Archives: June 2013

A State of Suspension

That’s what I wrote as a note on my phone a couple of weeks back. It was the only few words I felt went some way to accurately describing how I felt, and in equal measure, how I wasn’t feeling.

A State of Suspension

That’s what I wrote as a note on my phone a couple of weeks back. It was the only few words I felt went some way to accurately describing how I felt, and in equal measure, how I wasn’t feeling.

The Conversation (7 years on)

Your passing was whispered to me… It was in the morning air as I stood Anxious and uncertain upon foreign soil. Stilted conversations, childhood realizations, After years you were the centre of a symphony, Looping unceremoniously in your aftermath. With

The Conversation (7 years on)

Your passing was whispered to me… It was in the morning air as I stood Anxious and uncertain upon foreign soil. Stilted conversations, childhood realizations, After years you were the centre of a symphony, Looping unceremoniously in your aftermath. With

Our Circle of Women

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.” -Margaret Mead Circle of Women began as a happy accident really. After reading Half the Sky by Nicholas

Our Circle of Women

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.” -Margaret Mead Circle of Women began as a happy accident really. After reading Half the Sky by Nicholas

Learning That I Can’t Overachieve My Way Out of Sadness

I am the quintessential overachiever. After graduating from a top university, I moved to the big city and took pride in the fact that I was able to independently support myself on very little money. I followed that up by

Learning That I Can’t Overachieve My Way Out of Sadness

I am the quintessential overachiever. After graduating from a top university, I moved to the big city and took pride in the fact that I was able to independently support myself on very little money. I followed that up by