Guides Who Make You Go!

August 27, 2015   4 Comments »

Category Archive: Inside My Head

Guides Who Make You Go!

August 27, 2015 4 Comments »

colorado rain

I am half aware that I have fallen asleep. My head back on the seat, mouth open, I may even be drooling for all I know. I can sort of still hear the people talking around me and the radio on, but it’s just background noise that tends to lull me more into this catnap. […]

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High Altitude Tears

April 28, 2015 14 Comments »

flying

I shut my eyes and let all the thoughts sink in. They seem to bore deep into my psyche, burrowing deeper and deeper into the parts of my brain where I push all of the positive happy ending thoughts. I can feel tears slowly form, my throat starts to feel strained, and it becomes hard […]

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Week In-stagram Review The End

February 27, 2015 7 Comments »

Canmore alberta

I was huffing and puffing on my run in Canmore on a strangely spring-like, cloudy day. I kept putting one foot in front of the other, as I was completely engrossed in my new favorite podcast, Startup. Podcast host, Alex Blumberg, was just announcing this was the last podcast of season 1 and they would […]

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Border Crossing Surprises

February 26, 2015 5 Comments »

belfast sightseeing

I looked at my Google Maps serving as my GPS on my dashboard and was completely confused. The numbers made no sense. The GPS voice started talking to me as she always did, “in 2 miles turn left on….” Wait a minute – miles? My brain had been trained to kilometers for the last 2 […]

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Self Love

February 12, 2015 1 Comment »

heart (1)

Would you get married to yourself? You’d probably make the perfect couple – don’t you think? Think about how much easier a wedding would be without a groom – or in-laws. I recently came across this new type of tour in Japan – solo wedding tour packages. “Cerca Travel’s two-day “solo wedding” package includes choosing […]

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Explore the Abandoned Elements

February 10, 2015 6 Comments »

Elements photography

I love the dirty, broken down and forgotten.  I’m not exactly sure why I adore finding beauty in things that are left behind, but I think it has something to do with the fact that it ignites my imagination.  I start to daydream about why it was abandoned, what the circumstances were, and who was […]

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Seeing Quiet

January 13, 2015 8 Comments »

kayaking ireland

The waves were lapping up against the shoreline in that comforting rhythmic fashion that coastal living brings. The sun had already dipped below the horizon and had left a perfectly clear night sky glowing in pinkish orange and midnight blue. “It’s going to be a great night for star gazing, “ Jim said as he […]

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