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  • the change, change,
    health pregnancy & parenting

    Forty-Three Days Ago

    Change can weigh heavily on your mind. Lots of change can be overwhelming. “The Change”, well, it’s a little shit! Forty-three days ago. Green grass. Morning dew. Children unsure of this strangeness under foot.…

    September 26, 2017
  • travel

    The Art of Staying Put

      Two and a half years ago, almost to the day, my husband and I packed all our belongings into boxes, distributed all our good furniture (code for stuff not bought in Ikea) amongst unwilling…

    September 5, 2016
  • culture & community travel

    Portals, Travel, & Transitions

      Finding Beauty The troubles with travelling & living abroad, and how the mind acts as a portal to help ease the transition. You’re in one place but thinking about the other; simultaneously exploring where you are going to and…

    August 29, 2016
  • arts & music travel

    52 Weeks of Light – Post Two

    Amber’s experiment with light. Follow her 52 weeks documentation of the quality of light and how it magically transforms from season to season in Yellowknife, Canada. Click the links to see Post One, Post Three, & Post…

    November 2, 2015
  • spring in Nashville
    arts & music culture & community food

    6 Ways to Celebrate Spring

    Spring, indeed, always comes. When I was growing up, there was a popular phrase teachers proselytized, usually at end-of-the-year assemblies no one really wanted to be at: “Don’t ever change.” I never understood this…

    March 27, 2015
  • culture & community travel

    Born and Raised

    I learned from GRRM’s A Song of Ice and Fire series that each city in the world has a distinct smell. Despite living here all my life I haven’t put my nose out for…

    March 16, 2014
  • shipping moving xray baggage
    relationships & love travel

    Shipping Out

    I don’t know how many of you out there have an aversion to permanence, at least to the idea of permanence. I mean, forever is an illusion, right? When asked if I was back…

    November 15, 2013