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Fall is on my mind...

Summers grip fading

Swirling winds help cool the night

Winters wrath to come

The Perfect Affirmation...

Written by famous self-help author Jose Micard Teixeira (and wrongly attributed to actress Meryl Streep), this affirmation is about a close to perfect as you can get. 346 more words

A Rant

So fam…

So the other day I went to this networking event for writers, and it was cute. The event had the usual bunch. People who started drinking way too early, awkward folks who didn’t know anything about starting a conversation or networking for that matter, and then of course those who were there just to get “put on”. 1,726 more words

How to Fall in Love with Yourself

Everyone’s heard this self-help platitude: We need to love ourselves before we can love anyone else. This may sound wise, but it misses a great truth; if we want to experience true intimacy, we need to be taught to love aspects of ourselves–again and again–by the people around us. 1,178 more words


The Trees Do Whisper...

This is an FYI for my readers-The Joseph’s Star, a poetry form created by Christina R Jussaume on 08/06/07 in memory of her Dad. This poem has no rhyme, and is written according to syllable counts. 51 more words

adulting; i think i'm doing it wrong

I was never one of those children who wished their childhood away. Whilst I maybe didn’t have the “perfect” childhood, it was mostly happy. I loved school, I loved my friends, I loved my family; life was good. 1,154 more words

Life And Something Like It

Superb. The importance of not being earnest.

Every year when the girls visit, they spoil us with the most wonderful things. Super-chic, super-stylish things that one buys in London. This year we got the Moët twin set, which is really the only way people should give champagne. 228 more words