Tags » Thinkings


Why is it necessary to pay money for a ‘legitimate’ education? Does it not seem absurd that those without the finance for education, while still able to go out and learn a whole lot of stuff, will never be recognised for having that knowledge because they haven’t paid thousands of for a piece of paper? 137 more words



“We are living in a culture entirely hypnotized by the illusion of time, in which the so-called present moment is felt as nothing but an infinitesimal hairline between an all-powerfully causative past and an absorbingly important future. 78 more words


The most peaceful thing at OBX

I grabbed this photo earlier this week with my phone in hopes of capturing the depth of the moment.

Of course. The photo doesn’t do it justice. 415 more words


"My First Year As A Freelancer" or "I Thought You Said I'd Have So Much Free Time On My Hands I Wouldn't Know What To Do With Myself."

It is exactly one year since I quit my day job and went freelance as a writer/community arts facilitator/festival programmer/conference speaker/semi-professional political pundit/full-time job juggler. Here is a picture of me in my flamingo jumper on my last day at work. 2,098 more words



“One, two, three, Breathe…”

We’re back to the beginning. On April the 11th last year, I started this blog with those exact words. It  615 more words

Blog Update

Hey hey,

It’s been a hot minute since the last post and I just have to say sometimes life throws a couple curve balls at you. 549 more words


Talented Friends: Kelly McCaughrain

This time tomorrow evening my good friend, Kelly McCaughrain will be launching her debut novel, “Flying Tips for Flightless Birds,” to a packed house at the Crescent Arts Centre. 994 more words

Other Writers