Remembering Moments

How often do you enjoy the moments? Those little moments in life. The big moments in life. The important things and the not so important things? Answer honestly now. Do you really? Can you remember the last time you just sat and did nothing but enjoy the moment? Well, I’ve been doing just that. And I have a special plan to continue doing so. 

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Pining for days gone by

Do you ever think of your childhood? Stupid question, of course you do. But I mean really think about it. Pine for it.

I have moments when a part of me aches for the pure, innocent days of my childhood. Days when the best thing that happened was walking to the corner store with twenty cents to buy a bag of mixed lollies. 

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Do you hold a grudge?

I like to think of myself as a friendly person. I don’t hate people, (hate is such a strong word), but of course there are people that I dislike and I like to think that is no different anyone else. There will always be people that we just don’t ‘get’ and don’t ‘click’with which is fine. I’m sure there are many people that think that way of me.  But what if someone really rubs you the wrong way? What if someone purposely sets out to bad mouth you? Could you simply shrug it off? Forgive and forget? Move on?

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Holidays, sliding doors and digital detoxes.

I have been M.I.A for the past week. It wasn’t planned or scheduled, it just happened.

We spent five days visiting Sydney and having the best time. Days were spent wandering, beaching, exploring, shopping and taking in the splendid sites of Sydney harbour.

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Confidence is a funny thing

Last weekend a stampede Australia’s bloggers headed north to attend the 2013 ProBlogger training event on the Gold Coast. I was not one of them. I have toyed with the idea of going both last year and again this year and both times the hurdles of distance, finance and family responsibilities presented themselves. Now there would certainly be ways over these hurdles but to me they were also a kind of safety net. The safety net where I could catch myself so I didn’t have to put myself out of my comfort zone.

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