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Moleskine – make it your own

Moleskine – make it your own

The “basic yet classic Large Plain Moleskine notebook” is one of my favorite notebooks to use as a writing journal. A.k.a. my diary. I like the black cover because it is slick and simple, but this time I felt a need for a more colorful cover. So I pimped it, what else is there to […]

My Diary as a Pillow

My Diary as a Pillow

Smilla is the enjoying the beautiful weather right now. When it is too hot she prefers to stay indoors in the shadow though, under a table. Each night she sleeps by my side in bed. And sometimes during the day we spend time there too. I sit and write and she chooses the most busy […]

Writing in a red notebook

Writing in a red notebook

Hi! I’m fine, I’m alive. Thanks to those who asked about me. :-) It’s April, one of my favorite months after all. And suddenly; spring is here with warmth that has kept me and Smilla outside for a few days now. I have been listening to new music, reading great books and trying to write. […]

Doodles and contemplating in my Diary

Doodles and contemplating in my Diary

Your task is not to seek for love, but merely to seek and find all the barriers within yourself that you have built against it. Rumi [found via jen] More page details from my Moleskine diary. Doodles and what not. Doodles around a name. A drawing I made… She looks so nice, I don’t know […]

The inside of my brain

The inside of my brain

Yesterday I finished my Moleskine diary. It’s as full as my brain. Overflowing. Nothing else will fit in there right now. Here’s a view of how my brain looks most of the time (image found in this very moleskine diary): Inside my messy brain there are so many things floating around. Unrelated stuff just floating […]

The Wabi-sabi people

The Wabi-sabi people

I just read the description of what the Japanese words wabi sabi means, and it sounds like a description of what I call beauty in the world… Wabi-sabi (侘寂) represents a comprehensive Japanese world view or aesthetic centered on the acceptance of transience. […] The aesthetic is sometimes described as one of beauty that is […]