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I’ve been terrible at updating this website!! This month would have been perfect to do so because I have in fact been doing a TON of crafting, but boy did I underestimate how busy I would be and hard I would find it to take time out of my day to write about it. Anyways, I’m still figuring things out here and I actually am still orienting my way around. Good thing I haven’t gone Public to all the…

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Day 1 - Thirty-ish Days Of … CRAFTING

Day 1 – Thirty-ish Days Of … CRAFTING

So I’ve made a decision. Finally.

April will be the month of CRAFTING. One of my favourite hobbies.

I almost feel like I’m cheating because I kind of need to do it for the next few days. My friend Claire and I have applied for the Farmer’s Market and we need to get a bunch of sample products to show for April 4th. Not long I know. But I almost forgot about my blog and my commitment to do…

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Forming Habits

So part of the purpose of doing this whole thing is to help improve my life by incorporating things into my daily life that I normally don’t do at the moment. Things that I suppose I would like to turn into “habits”, or through further reading may be described as “automaticity”. What does that mean? Well, it refers to the fact that if something because what we often perceive as “habit forming”…

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Learning a New Skill in Math Class

Learning a New Skill in Math Class

So this whole month-long venture into the unknown (or slightly unfamiliar) isn’t a new idea. It probably isn’t new for anybody to be honest and I actually did something like it TWICE in my final year of University. That was a good year.

Anyways, in our Math Class our teacher had us take on a new challenge and spend 30 days (or was it 100 hours …) learning a new skill. I chose swimming. Now let me…

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Commitment to Truth

I did my final year of University doing a program track called Outdoor and Experiential Education. I can’t even begin to list and explain all the wonderful lessons I learned over those 8 months from my instructor, my fellow classmates and friends, and the material itself.

Commitment to Truth

I did my final year of University doing a program track called Outdoor and Experiential Education. I can’t even begin to list and explain all the wonderful lessons I learned over those 8 months from my instructor, my fellow classmates and friends, and the material itself.

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I got a wordpress blog now too

Check it out!

It’s a blogging adventure set to start April 1st!

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booobox:

lamppu:

just-inlovewith-a-sexgod:

deceitfultrickery:

mind-the-neurogasm:


Why the wedding ring is worn on the fourth finger: The Chinese give a beautiful explanation to this. The thumb represents your parents. The index finger represents your siblings. The middle finger represents yourself. The ring finger represents your life partner. The little finger/pinky represents your children. Hold your hands together like the picture. Join your middle fingers back-to-back, and the remaining fingers tip-to-tip. Now, try to separate your thumbs. They will separate because your parents are not destined to live with you forever. Rejoin your thumbs and separate your index fingers. They will separate because your siblings will have their own families and lead their own lives. Rejoin your index fingers and separate your little fingers/pinkies. They will separate because your children will grow up, get married, and settle down. Rejoin your little fingers/pinkies and try to separate your ring finger. They will not be able to separate because your life partner is meant to be with you throughout your entire life, through thick and thin.

I tried harder to separate them and I only ended up hurting my middle fingers, in other words, “mysel-


…Oh my god.



holy crap

haha yes chinese people are awesome /wink 

booobox:

lamppu:

just-inlovewith-a-sexgod:

deceitfultrickery:

mind-the-neurogasm:

Why the wedding ring is worn on the fourth finger: The Chinese give a beautiful explanation to this. The thumb represents your parents. The index finger represents your siblings. The middle finger represents yourself. The ring finger represents your life partner. The little finger/pinky represents your children. Hold your hands together like the picture. Join your middle fingers back-to-back, and the remaining fingers tip-to-tip. Now, try to separate your thumbs. They will separate because your parents are not destined to live with you forever. Rejoin your thumbs and separate your index fingers. They will separate because your siblings will have their own families and lead their own lives. Rejoin your index fingers and separate your little fingers/pinkies. They will separate because your children will grow up, get married, and settle down. Rejoin your little fingers/pinkies and try to separate your ring finger. They will not be able to separate because your life partner is meant to be with you throughout your entire life, through thick and thin.

I tried harder to separate them and I only ended up hurting my middle fingers, in other words, “mysel-

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…Oh my god.

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holy crap

haha yes chinese people are awesome /wink 

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Whistler Train Wreck (Round II)

Just as beautiful and magical the second time around =)

For more photos (from Round I), check these photos out!

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pretending this shop is my home

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That’s my family <3
My brother’s girlfriend (whom I have never actualy met before) sent this photo to me because they missed me at family dinner. =*( [tear]
(Also, my dad is wearing an iPho shirt that I bought him in Vietnam because I know he likes Pho … hahaha)

That’s my family <3

My brother’s girlfriend (whom I have never actualy met before) sent this photo to me because they missed me at family dinner. =*( [tear]

(Also, my dad is wearing an iPho shirt that I bought him in Vietnam because I know he likes Pho … hahaha)

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