A love letter to a city that was supposed to be a three and a half month experiment away from Ontario, and turned into home in the process.
On the baby steps - and I mean, the real tiny baby steps - of learning to love yourself again, after a season of - not that.
On Grade 8 projects, doubting voices, and a desire to dream - maybe with pen.
Writing about the gifts of the month feels beautiful and different to me, so this monthly recap is for what was good and noteworthy in the last month. (Is this the only sort of post I’ll write in 2019? WHO KNOWS?)
2019 is here, which means that a new list of things to accomplish is in my life! See what 52 things I’m working on accomplishing for the next 52 weeks!
In the last two years, my reading life has transformed. I’ve always been an avid and quick reader, but there are a couple of tools, tricks, tips, and people in the last two years that have been an integral part of that transformation, so here’s what’s working in my reading life in case “reading more” is a part of your 2019 resolution regiment.
Welcome to A Little Life Saving, the part of the show where Larry Sings a Silly Song. (Kidding.) I'm excited to introduce this series to chat about habits that are doing a little life saving for me. I love good habits, routines, and rhythms, and I know that small habits are sometimes the ones that give us the most life. They may not work for everyone, but I only share them if they're really working for me. Today's habit? Starting the day over.
I’m Hannah. I write words, chase joy, drink coffee, and figure things out. Card carrying library lover + Goodreads Evangelist. Dave Rygalski is my favourite Gilmore Girls character (and then I married a Dave). I’m waiting for the right time to ask you about your morning routine. Talk Enneagram to me.