Every Wednesday for the last year, no matter where I’ve been or what I’ve been doing, I’ve posted something on WestonCulture as my Wednesday Blog Challenge.
Photographing flowers for me is about capturing the present moment – in bloom.
I never thought I’d find such peace in a church but here I am sitting in an old country church on top of a hill, feeling pretty darn serene.
I’ve been feeling uncomfortable lately.
I’ve always thought that watching grass grow was the pinnacle of boring experiences – up there with watching paint dry – but I’m no longer so sure.
The world is wonderland of new experiences and ideas, and I can no longer let the fear of discomfort – or the unknown – prevent me from living.
I really like sitting in meditation in a group. It’s not just the sense of connection it offers but also it’s a very effective external motivator for my regular meditation practice.
For my bookloving friends in Australia, here’s my Top Five pick of where you can buy books if you don’t want to line Amazon’s pockets.
Home is incredibly important to me. My private physical space grounds me. It’s a place I can rest. A place I can recharge. A place where all the annoyances of the world are muted. My home is my sanctuary.
I generally think of myself as someone who goes with the flow and adapts well to change but I recently found out that my sweet sweet work situation is about to undergo a major change. And, it has had me rattled.