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You, you stay here with me okay?

When you empty your friends house of all the ways they could harm themselves, it really puts life in perspective.  I’m sure I shouldn’t be writing this but I can’t help thinking that that was the least of what I could be emptying the apartment of.   1,026 more words

Stop this train.

Written last July 3, 2016 at 1:22am.

Katrine and I had a random conversation about life as adults over noodles a while ago. She mentioned John Mayer’s song Stop This Train and how relevant it is to her adult life. 221 more words


Att älska sin utbildning

God morgon!

Att studera på högskolan är för mig en dröm i uppfyllelse. Jag hoppade av lycka när jag blev antagen och har sedan jag började studera haft en passionerad romans med mina studier. 1,505 more words


One night in Istanbul.

I’ve been back for a week now and have wanted to write a post about my holiday in Greece but every time I think about it, I get stuck thinking about the one lousy night we got trapped in an airport while a faction of the Turkish military made a pretty feeble (in the end) attempt to take control of the country and then I don’t want to write anything. 1,219 more words


Why Do People Seek Change

         “The secret of change is to focus all of your energy not on fighting the old but on building the new”


   No matter how good or bad things are going, people constantly seek for change. 

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Accessing Hollywood

I don’t love a lot of things. Recently somebody ended a mutually frustrating conversation by asking me, “so what are you excited about?” Apathy could easily be one of my defining characteristics: from world events to my own personal life… I may have opinions but I don’t feel excitement or anything near passion for most of the information that I encounter in my day-to-day life. 1,169 more words

Three Decades and Still Kicking ... Kinda

“Meant to Live” – Switchfoot

Recently I hit the not so tender age of 30. It amazes me how many friends I have that don’t celebrate or even like to acknowledge when they turn a year older. 463 more words