Tag Archives: experience

Totally lost?

Originally posted on Sunshine For Eve:
My life has been a joke. I’ve never had anything of my own. I’ve never really had my own friends, my own hobbies, my own anything. I grew up with a big sister (3 years older) who has ALWAYS had so much more competence on everything. She has had… Continue reading

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A different sort of self-care..

Originally posted on Meg’s Mental Health Blog:
Wednesday 27th Feb 🌞 Photo by Burst on Pexels.com Self care isn’t just about lush bathbombs and facemasks, it can be taking a day off from emails, taking the bus instead of walking or making yourself breakfast for the first time in months. As you will be… Continue reading

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Perks of being Highly Sensitive

Originally posted on Girl with the Paw Print Tattoo:
I do things based on what feels right. It’s difficult to explain, but I’m very good at determining how people are feeling based on a feeling inside of me. Another thing that has always been a part of who I am are my dreams. I’ve always… Continue reading

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Stop Hiding, Start Living

Originally posted on XO Gina:
Wanna know something funny? When I was 16 I went to one of those nightclubs for high school kids with my cousin who was also the same age as me at the time. It was around Valentine’s day and it was supposed to be a way for high schoolers to… Continue reading

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Millennial Envy

Originally posted on Business Up Front:
One of the hardest adjustments that society is forced to make is that every 20 years or so the next generation defines success and happiness differently. When the children of the 60’s abandoned the structure, stability, form and function of their parents, hearts everywhere broke. They told the people… Continue reading

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Peru – on the train across the High Plains

Originally posted on Opher’s World:
This must rate as the best train journey in the world!. The train was all old polished wood and brass. We’d just got started and this shaman, all dressed in a wollen costume unexpectedly burst out of the back and rampaged up and down the aisle The shaman, donned… Continue reading

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Culture is a comforting companion

Originally posted on Reflections:
Yesterday, I met a friend in Mumbai, who I had met when I was living in Washington, DC. I had met her at one of the professional networking events, we hung out briefly and then remained Facebook friends. For past few years, she has been living in Middle-East and Asia. So… Continue reading

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Coffee Museum Dubai – a hidden gem

Originally posted on Blong…Shong:
For those of you who know us, would also know that me and my husband worship coffee (and tea!). Coffee for us is not just a beverage. It is like that comfort zone where you want to curl up after a crappy day or perhaps like a tight hug by… Continue reading

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