A couple of months ago, I created a logo for this blog. When it came to the idea of a tagline, I paused and thought about the 400-odd posts I’d written in this space.
Across fiction, non-fiction, blogging tips, writing tips, poetry, gratitude posts, the one thing that stuck out was this: I always want to be writing from the heart.
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Balance is a myth. And I say that even as you see the image I picked out for this post, which is a fairly extreme example of balance.
I mean who in their right mind would actually balance a spoon on the edge of a calculator? And then place a pile of coins on one end and spear a potato on the other?
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Ever noticed how ‘resolution’ has a bit of intimidation associated with it? Like you HAVE to follow it through, come what may? Whereas the word ‘intention’ has a more mindful, measured tone. Don’t ask me why. It’s probably in the semantics.
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