Last year, I wrote about 2 of the 3 musical artists that have in some way or another, saved me.
The 3rd is Enya.
If it’s a cliché, I don’t care. Continue reading
It’s been 5 months since Christmas. 5 months.
It’s been a while since I’ve written. I’ve longed to write, and with every passing Sunday (the day I originally chose to release my weekly post), I’m reminded more and more of how much I’d like to refine my organisation and time management skills.
That said, for me, 2017 is quickly solidifying itself as a year of optimistic excitement. Much has been happening. Continue reading →
A brief reflection.
Tap dance works both your mind and your body considerably; for me, it’s a perfect workout. I’ve always loved the feeling of calm, happy exhaustion (and of course, the sore feet and legs) that comes with spending your days in tap shoes. Coupled with the opportunity to connect and reconnect with the small community of remarkable humans brought together by this shared love, the Sydney Tap Dance Festival has been a highlight of 2017, so far. Continue reading →
How do you embark on a multi-focused, happiness-oriented life in a way that is realistic and achievable within today’s world?
This is the question I keep coming back to. Continue reading →
There was once a time and a place where the term ‘dance’ was synonymous with the term ‘tap-dance’. Tap was at the forefront of artistic innovation; you weren’t considered a dancer if you didn’t tap.
Sometimes I catch myself wishing that I had lived in this time. Continue reading →
I’m not one for the glorification of ‘busy’. Being busy seems to be a status symbol that many—including myself in past years—wear proudly. While there are certainly many positives of keeping one’s mind occupied with much to do, there is a fine-line that is easily crossed, tipping the scales away from happiness and toward stress.
But I cannot deny: I love work. I thrive on it. Continue reading →
Take a moment to think about the size of the universe into which we’ve had the privilege of being born.
Christopher Hitchens sums it up with super-elegant simplicity in the opening sentence of a speech he made in 2011, knowing full well he was approaching his death.
For a few milliseconds of cosmic time, our species has lived on one very very small rock, in a very small solar system that’s a part of a fantastically unimportant suburb in one of an uncountable number of galaxies.
– Christopher Hitchens
As soon as you look at the world with your own time in firm focus as your most valuable asset, then life will change, ultimately in a way that will make your own time better. Continue reading →
It feels like it’s been 2016 for a long time. Continue reading →
When did music change your life? When did music save your life?
Think about it. Continue reading →