Keywords: Stories of my life – some , coping , grief journey , joy , loss
The “me” in this photo is almost the “me” before my parents died. This “me” is the one who almost always had an inner joy. Even on the darkest day, this “me” could talk myself out of despair. The current me is “walking a narrow path through the loss………taking sips of sorrow…..” as Julia Alvarez says in her beautiful novel Afterlife.
Keywords: adulthood , blog , comingofage , mentalhealth , mindfullness , yoga
I guess the biggest factor is ensuring you are enjoying your present and actually wanting to be there. This is something I have struggled with since moving home from Australia and being in a bit of a limbo while I am waiting to get back. It’s hard to be fully content with where I am right now, because in truth, it’s not where I want to be. However reliving memories of my life there and trying to plan a future that is so [uncertain] right [now], is going to make me feel worse. All I, and […] any of us can do, is strive to be our very best in the moment we are because who knows where the lessons you learn now might take you.
Keywords: Life as I know it
It’s hard sometimes to only listen to my heart. I guess maybe that is what happens when you are a bohemian who is also logical?https://sunflowersandfeathers26.wordpress.com/2022/06/14/mars
Keywords: fertility , mental health , reading and writing , spirituality , amwriting , author , faith , fertility , letting go , mental health , moving on , selfpublishing , spirituality , writerscommunity , writerslife , writing
whether it’s simply self-published or self-published-to-traditional, I don’t care. I just know I’m meant to write, and I want the right readers to read my books, as any artist does.https://lindsaypopolizio.com/2021/07/27/letting-go-and-moving-on