Two Plus Three Plus Five

Can you believe we have made it to the end of yet another month? The seventh of 2022! The year is going too fast for my liking. I want to grab time and hold it in my hands, slow it down, so I can enjoy more of every day. With all the work I have put into myself in the past year, and the strength I feel now, I want to hold back time to savor this feeling.

Time runs its course, and all we can do is make the best of the time we have.

As always, at the end of every month, I share my work from Medium, and this time there are ten posts for you to enjoy. Did you know ten is the sum of the first three prime numbers (2, 3, 5)? I bet the title makes sense now, right?!

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Read all my Medium sharing posts here.


Looking Back: Favorites After Three Hundred Articles On Medium

I started with this when I had 100 articles – a mix of fiction, true life, book reviews and photography – on Medium, did it again after 200 articles. And of course I had to do it again when I reached 300. I guess you see the trend, right?!

Read Looking Back: Favorites After Three Hundred Articles On Medium


Labels And Confidence — Who Am I?

I saw a prompt – Who Am I? – on Know Thyself, Heal Thyself, one of the Medium publications I write for, and wanted to share who I am now, after seeing a life coach for a year.

Read Labels And Confidence — Who Am I?


Five Barrels In A Cellar

This story appeared on Redemption, because it transgressive fiction, but the publication Tantalizing Tales set the prompt – cellar. After being bullied and trying to defend herself, an accident happened. That was what Tamsin told herself, but twenty years later it wasn’t accidents anymore.

Read Five Barrels In A Cellar


The Birds Will Always Sing

I love sharing my photography as much as I like to go out with my camera and snap pictures. In this post I share photos of birds, some made at the zoo, others in our own garden.

Read The Birds Will Always Sing


Scarred: Not The End Of The World

On the publication QuickTalk (I haven’t written for them yet), I saw prompts which sparked stories from my life; memories. One prompt was ‘my scar’ and in this piece I share how I look at my scar, and what it means to me.

Read Scarred: Not The End Of The World


How I Practice Mindfulness

I wrote a post about May and June in my bullet journal and mentioned mindfulness in it. In this post, I share about how I practice mindfulness and what it means to me.

Read How I Practice Mindfulness


We All Need A Weekend Break From Time To Time

A month ago I signed up for Audible, and I don’t think I will ever regret it. I knew I loved listening to books, but Audible has really enhanced this experience. This book – The Long Weekend by Gilly Macmillan – is the first one I have listened to on Audible.

Read We All Need A Weekend Break From Time To Time


I’m Dying For Summer

On the publication, Redemption, the prompt ‘Dying for Summer’ caught my attention. We all love the warmer temperatures, and some of us really die for summer, right? In this transgressive story, they did.

Read I’m Dying For Summer


Skinny Dipping: Not Taboo Anymore

Have you ever skinny-dipped? I love naked swimming, but there were times I chickened out. In this post, I share my experiences with being naked in a swimming pool, something I still do frequently.

Read Skinny Dipping: Not Taboo Anymore


Doel, A Ghost Town In Belgium

Years ago, my husband and I made a trip to a ghost town in Belgium, called Doel. It was a strange sensation to walk there, seeing all the houses boarded up and covered in graffiti. But, we found more than just that.

Read Doel, A Ghost Town In Belgium


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