Author Archives: Lydia

Two Halves Sometimes Create a Hole

It’s challenging being single in your Forties, especially after being¬†part of a relationship for a very long time and then suddenly not (even after 10 plus years go by – it never really gets easier, it just becomes part of … Continue reading

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There Is Clarity in the Emptiness

I am the kind of person who has trouble doing “nothing”. In the past few days I have consumed a lot of content that has led me to a light bulb moment this morning.¬† I don’t know much about Buddhism, … Continue reading

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You Know You Are Alive When…

You know you’re alive when you feel that pressure in your chest that tells you your heart has been broken, when you feel a little sick at your stomach but not sure what it means, and yet you know you … Continue reading

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