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September 2016

Street Art - Brunswick West, VIC - September 2016
Business, Wellness

Social Proofing

One of my goals for this year was to take a long, hard look at my communications company, Paper Plane Communications, and make some important decisions about direction, appearance, and how to make big magic happen.

As with most major projects, energy, momentum, and motivation tend to come in bursts. Big at first, and then incrementally smaller thereafter–particularly if you let a pretty little thing called life get in the way. And so, for the past few months I’ve been a communications consultant without a website. Sacrilege, I know.

The reason behind my business facelift was simple: as I looked around at the virtual ecosystem I’d created, I realised that while things weren’t broken–in fact, they’d been ticking along quite nicely–they were on the verge of becoming stale. The solution? Pivot

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Bonner, Montana - May 2015
The Journey, Wellness

How’s Your Wi-Fi?

DISCLAIMER: I’m about to get uncomfortably real here for a second. Bear with me.

Today, I am not okay.

In fact, I feel about as far from okay as a person can get.

I’m homesick for a place that’s 14,397 kilometers away; I’m struggling to sleep and eat; and I’d like nothing more than to give the world and my new ten-second rule a callous middle finger.

Should I really be blogging then, if I’m feeling this disconnected from myself? Yes, for two reasons.

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En route to Mt Hotham - Victoria, Australia - August 2016
The Journey, Wellness

Beef Jerky in a Ball Gown

Originally, I planned to title this post “Ten Seconds to Happy,” but later on I make reference to one Ms. Kimmy Schmidt, and the jarring visual of a salty stick of meat draped in crinoline was too good to pass up. (Titus, you legend.) And besides, I’ve been hard at work channeling strength and self-love, so a metaphor for tough and beautiful seemed apropos.

So here’s the thing: happiness is only ten seconds away. Less, even. This might sound farfetched, but neuroscience and Netflix suggest otherwise.

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