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Jesus

The Art of Learning More

As the end of my year of blogging looms closer, I’ve decided to continue the trend of a list of lessons learnt. This is a list of things I’ve learnt since moving back home. I’ve been back home since late December, nearly a month, although it doesn’t feel that long due to going away and […]

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Writing

The Art of Learning

I have five days left until my year of blogging is officially over. It feels kind of crazy that I’ve blogged (pretty much) every day for the past year, but also kind of normal, like this is a reoccurring thing for me (hi, I’ve been blogging since before I could talk). As my official year […]

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Writing

The Art of Streaming

Sometimes your thoughts get all confused and that’s okay but let’s hope it doesn’t last heaps long because we just want to move on with our lives but we can’t when we’re busy thinking the same thing over and over. I’m listening to this song over and over and I know that in two days […]

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Poems

Watching the World Go On / Poem

‘Watching the World Go On’, a poem by me, someone who’s sick with nothing else to do. Dry toast Cups of tea Beanie’s on Protecting me Sun’s out World can see Day moves on Without me Work isn’t done Cries out a plea Mark me off your list Complete me Tissues pile up Let me […]

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Writing

The Art of Being Passionate about Something

I was reading an article that said to write five pages on what you’re passionate about. It could be feminism, giraffes, blankets. Whatever it is your passionate about, you could probably write five thousand pages about it and not run out of things to say or get bored. Okay, maybe not. But the thought’s there. […]

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Writing

The Art of Finding Something to Write or Blog About

The art of finding something to write or blog about; a simple thought, really. I feel that the general idea of starting a blog involves having something to write about; politics, health, DIY, etc. The list truly does go on as humanity googles more and more, and I have to admit: I am merely one […]