Being forced to slow down

Having set up this blog two years ago as a way to focus on life beyond work, it's not really worked out that way. The last two years have been like a near constant sprint, with a ton of long haul travel and a never ending to do list. I kept thinking, 'If I can... Continue Reading →

Why ‘woman dreaming deep’?

The book Plant Dreaming Deep, published in 1968,  is an old favourite. May Sarton writes about her decision to buy a farmhouse in rural New Hampshire, to put down roots somewhere and to enjoy a quieter, more contemplative life. She chronicles the restoration of the farmhouse. The relocation of family heirlooms from Belgium and England to NH, via... Continue Reading →

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