Patch the Trap

Patch the Trap

Recently I’ve been having an oddly positive time doing things that I would normally find cumbersome or don’t bother with until absolutely necessary, like weeding the garden, planning big ideas for the future, and even folding my clothes! The past part is especially crazy for me, as my usual routine is: Wash clothes, Put clothes …

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Rainy Dayz

Rainy Dayz

It’s storm season in my area right now and although I’ve shared some good times with my blanket and Netflix over the last few days, it’s got me thinking “surely there’s more for me to do inside than this?” Rainy days can be a blessing in disguise. It’s like the world is giving us every …

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Annie Are You Ok?

Annie Are You Ok?

End of winter storms have hit Victoria, we are advised not to go outside without reason until Tuesday! Times like this can spark thoughts and feelings that are usually buried deep beneath the daily chaos of work, kids, gym, etc. Let’s take a moment to let it out of the bag for just a few …

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Would you like to contribute?

Would you like to contribute?

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What do you want to be when you grow up? (yes, there is still time!)

What do you want to be when you grow up? (yes, there is still time!)

6-year-old Kym wanted to be a paleontologist. Partially because of my love for dinosaurs and partially because this was the largest word I knew how to spell and say.   12-year-old Kym wanted to be a Vet. Animals. Enough said.   17-year-old Kym wanted to be a sound engineer. Still aiming for passionate goals.   …

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The Procrastination Bug

The Procrastination Bug

DO NOT BOOKMARK THIS POST! In fact, if you are even thinking about saving this post to read later on, you are exactly who should be reading it NOW. Procrastination is the thief of time. We’re all guilty of it, some more than others. Dr. Tim Pychyl, Carleton University researcher and author of  describes procrastination like …

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10,000 Days

10,000 Days

How long is 10, 000 days? Roughly 27 years, 3 months and 3 weeks. That is how old I am. That is also when I decided that I am finally a grown up. It is time to stop putting off things for “Later”, the later that never comes. Now is the time to clean my room, …

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