Reset

Reset and take a new direction

Life can be busy sometimes. In fact, most of the time. And we can lose sense of what we want and need, even who we are. The hamster wheel can be exhausting. So prioritise what you want and need, and reset.

Looking back, looking forward

The words, the single units, are overpowering scents of cheese. To my ear, the sentences are most troubling. They’re occupied provincial markets. Other times, they consist of warring articles and prepositions, hooting at one another as if they’re busily competing to reach the coast.

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Coaching, conflicts and maybe even some change

To some degree we’re conflicted. These conflicts are awful for some, and for others, the conflict will appear indirectly but touch them nevertheless. Much as we look at strangers and observe their lives in comparison to ours’, and imagine how seemingly straightforward are their lives, the reality is that no one has it easy in life.

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The cage of beasts

Every now and again, my beasts will return – depressive intrusions, self-doubt, guilt and all that crap. Until then, I’m going to lose myself in Matisse’s landscapes.

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I’ll stick to night

It would be more romantic to keep staring at it, late at night, when most of the world is asleep; not to ever reacquaint myself to its dull campsites or experience adult day-time disappointment

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