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The Sun & The Moon Best Friends

My awesome guy best friend’s visit ended today πŸ˜… And to remind myself that it’s not all doom and gloom… I published a short story I wrote late last year! (inspired by our long distance friendship!). P.S: Of course I draw parallels to Cecelia’s Ahern, When Rainbows end- story of Rosie & Alex to our friendship. But turns out we beat them!

They were only 4, 806km away (Dublin to Boston), 7 hrs in flight time & 5 hrs in time difference! So lucky. For us it’s 11,358km (Middle East to Australia), 17 hrs in flight & 7hrs (in non daylight savings) apart 😱. Not only that, Rosie & Alex could call and visit whenever. While for us, that luxury doesn’t exist!

But honestly? The distance has made our friendship bond stronger than I have ever had with anyone. To the point where it doesn’t matter if we don’t talk every day or that we barely get to see each other, it will always be the same πŸ˜‰ nothing will ever change. ❀

Happy readings ;)!

The Sun & The Moon

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Before Post | Set Your Intention

What the Kindness Challenge entails… Can’t wait to write my week 1 post on self-love! ❀ πŸ˜‰

The Richness of a Simple Life

Attention all Kindness Challenge participants!

Next week is the official start of the 2nd annual Kindness Challenge! Before we begin our journey, I wanted to encourage you to set your intention by writing a post including why you signed up for the challenge and what you want to accomplish or get out of it. Link your intention post here by either commenting below or linking to this post.Β 

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May Kindness Challenge begins!

May Kindness Chalkenge

So after fun 26 mini moving out adventures A-Z April blogging challenge- I stumbled across therichnessofasimplelife πŸ˜‰

And I couldn’t help but sign up for a 7 week challenge of love and kindness. ❀

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What feminism really is…

My thoughts on feminism πŸ˜‰

The Joy Journalist =)

What feminism isI am a feminist and am so proud of it πŸ˜‰ But with so many negative connotations around it- what does it really mean? And as Christians are we even allowed to be feminists?

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Welcome New Participants!

More <3. Less hate. Join the May Kindess Blogging Challenge πŸ˜‰

The Richness of a Simple Life

I just wanted to take a moment to welcome the newest participants who signed up for The Kindness Challenge that begins May 7th. If you haven’t heard of The Kindness Challenge, check out the bottom of the post for details.

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#20. Trust the process

It will work out, I promise πŸ˜‰

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#16. Pay ze billsΒ 

Pay ze bills

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Ah bills. The reality of moving out. Where rent and utilities- gas, water and electricity aren’t free πŸ˜‰

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Ask Unibookworm…. April blogging challenge!

Ask Unibookworm

Well it’s been confirmed! No allocated theme for this year’s April A-Z challenge πŸ˜‰ Which means (drumroll please!) – it’ll be Unibookworm’s A-Z of moving out! =) Along with my daily letter post, thought it would be fun to add reader’s question of the day πŸ˜‰

Share your questions in the comments below and I’ll feature your question and blog link at the end of every April post!

Thanks readers! =) Why not sign up to the challenge too? =D

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Tell me something good

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‘Tell me something good,’ said Will Traynor to Louisa Clark. The most captivating words of the Me before You film (based on the book by Jojo Moyes). Those 4 little words inspired my Sunday morning songwriting session πŸ˜‰ Let me know what you all think!

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2017 New Year Resolutions

Brand new beginnings

So 2016 is done and dusted. And the big question… Did Unibookworm ace all the resolutions? πŸ˜‰

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