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#7 Grateful for Claustrophobic Journeys

My nan is staying with us for a few weeks, she’s 90 and she’s incredible. She’s takes zero medication (apart from iron supplements but as an Aries like me, her iron levels are the first to deplete with stress) and she still does everything herself (the cleaning, the shopping, the cooking etc.) her energy levels are enviously high and she gets in and out of the car like an excited kid. 539 more words


Note to Self # 3: Claustrophilia

I am a claustrophile. Yes, you read that right, claustrophile. If you would ask my trusty friend, Wikipedia, a claustrophile is a person that is claustrophilic (duh) or someone who loves closed-in spaces. 381 more words


So did it work.....

So many people the I have recommended the course to have asked does it actually work… i will let you decide with my next experience. 1,132 more words



Never trust a country where the graves of the poets
Have been devoured with the stones and flowers
Never dream of the motherland touching you with her poisoned fingernails… 44 more words




Since I’d grown up in the Interior, where we were blessed with every fruit tree imaginable, I was in heaven.  You can imagine wandering past orchards resplendently decked out with cherries, apples, peach, apricots, blossoming in turn.  324 more words


Are You Claustrophobic? (and I can't feel my face)

I laughed at the question.

No. No, I’m not claustrophobic.

But, they kept asking. I answered the same way every time, but it was starting to make me wonder.

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Professional Development

Attempting to beat the fear... 12 years later... Part 2

Good Evening!

To finish where I left off. So the day was split into 7 sections;

Section One: