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Journaling practice: Ask Questions

Journaling practice: Ask Questions

Asking questions is a good place to start any relationship. But how often do you stop to ask some really important questions to yourself? And then taking time to really answer them, no bull shit allowed? The questions, as well as the answers, are often easier to find than you might think… Related PostsJournaling Saves […]

The importance of a Home

The importance of a Home

The simplest questions are the most profound. Where were you born? Where is your home? Where are you going? What are you doing? Think about these once in a while and watch your answers change. Richard Bach I have longed for a place of my own for a long time now. In June I drew […]

How to find the answers you need

How to find the answers you need

I realized I had to make things; it was no longer just a hobby. It became my new anti-depressant. Lisa Congdon * What do you want next month to bring your way? What will next year be about for you? Read on, because it is never to early to ponder some big (and smaller) questions […]

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 […]

Four years of blogging adventures

Four years of blogging adventures

Today it is my blog’s birthday. Hurray hurray hurray! It is this blog’s fourth birthday. That means I’ve been writing a blog for four years today. That is a lot of days (1461 days). According to my stats iHanna has written 779 posts and got 6,183 comments so far! I’ve written a post almost every […]