Tag Archives: letting go

  1. The Poetic and the Practical, Part Two


    February 13, 2015 by Julia

    I usually skim poetry to get a sense of how quickly the poet makes his or her point. No epic, …
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  2. Hey, 2015. Let’s be friends.  


    January 15, 2015 by Julia

    As I approach the decidedly “not very young, not very old (but can’t bring myself to say middle-aged)” age of …
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  3. Beefaroni and a Battle of Wills


    February 20, 2013 by Julia

    Every day around five o’clock p.m., Fiona likes to sit at the coffee table in her kid-sized canvas chair, watch …
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  4. It Will Get Done. Everything Will Be Okay.


    February 7, 2013 by Julia

    I am susceptible to two kinds of frantic: The first is the inner voice yelling at me that if I …
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  5. Happiness Tips for the Holida…Oh, who am I kidding?


    December 11, 2012 by Julia

    So, I had this brilliant idea that maybe I, of all people, could write about how to be happy during …
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