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Memories of Saturday Mornings Past: Reflections on Moving Past Depression

There are few Saturdays that go by without me remembering the Saturday mornings in high school that I woke up early to go to my voice lessons. 614 more words


Salt, Sugar, Fat by Michael Moss


Although it is well known that processed foods are bad for you, I was still shocked by this book. Through the story of many industry insiders, Michael Moss describes the deliberate and calculating manner in which our foods have been engineered to make us crave them. 479 more words


Meat-free, cheap and healthy food ideas for back at uni🍴 📚

So, yet again I have neglected my blog. I’ve been so lucky this summer and constantly busy, I don’t think I’ve had a free day for 3 months solidly. 691 more words


Illinois fires head coach Tim Beckman a week before opener

Illinois abruptly fired coach Tim Beckman one week before the start of the season Friday after an investigation of player mistreatment allegations revealed he had meddled in medical issues and inappropriately treated athletes who remained on scholarship after leaving the team. 745 more words

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Home is Where?

Home is Where?

Home is where
Your heart is?
Where is my heart?
At sixes and sevens
Washing hands from one
But unable
So to do… 171 more words

Why Having Compassion For Yourself Is Important

Have you ever heard someone say, “I am so hard on myself.” or, “It’s not easy for me to be kind to myself”. Truth be told, I’ve said this myself in the past. 616 more words

Now I get it!

When my bushwalking friend, Jane, told me her “conversion” (or her “how she got it”) story, I just had to share it. Here’s that story in Jane’s own words – delightfully told. 1,320 more words