homestretch

(This post was originally published on my personal blog, Of Postcards & Ink, between 2015-2016.) Trois cent trente-neuf jours. Three hundred and thirty-nine days. Some spent walking on clouds with a happy and full heart. Others spent wandering in the gloomy depths of a sad and homesick soul. All of them spent cradled in the hands […]

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like springtime

(This post was originally published on my personal blog, Of Postcards & Ink, between 2015-2016.) Hello from the other side (because this song just lends itself far too well to casual allusions) of March and April, friends! It’s been quite a while since I last blogged and I’m sorry about that. Over the course of the […]

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(more) growing pains

(This post was originally published on my personal blog, Of Postcards & Ink, between 2015-2016.) It’s a crisp Monday morning and I’m walking briskly back home from the supermarket, hands filled with bags carrying fruits, vegetables and the mundanities of everyday life alongside the books that I needed for my class at uni earlier that morning. […]

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equilibrium

(This post was originally published on my personal blog, Of Postcards & Ink, between 2015-2016.) Un bon équilibre. A good balance. The French explanation for their meticulous obsession with two-part essay/presentation structures, perfectly symmetrical garden layouts and the exclusive use of grid paper throughout primary and high school. And as someone who loves indulging in rationalisation, […]

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calm and bright

(This post was originally published on my personal blog, Of Postcards & Ink, between 2015-2016.) It’s December and it’s winter and every now and then, I notice a crispness and bite in the air that wasn’t there before. And yet, at the same time, there’s a buzzing warmth and cheer in the air that heralds the […]

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