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Spring & The Perennial Playbook

Winter is a time for self reflection, hot chocolate by the fire, long naps, and for finally binge watching the show you’ve been putting off. While those all sound like romantic notions, I absolutely despise the cold weather and I long for the days of sitting on a park bench without freezing my buns off. With all my hatred aside, …

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Are Your Thoughts Aligned With Your Actions?

A few weeks ago I was in the mood for a rom com, so I threw on “Julie and Julia” with Amy Adams and Meryl Streep. I wouldn’t define it as a rom-com, but instead a powerful mix of female characters fulfilling their passions while the men stand by, supportively (for the most part…) Here is the synopsis (based on …

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Welcome to Anytime Creative

Good ole Self Timer in the Redwoods I really think there are solid points on both ends. I believe traveling solo is necessary for figuring out how you interact with the world, but traveling with someone or a group can be a lot more fun. But things like eating alone, going to the movies alone, camping alone (in non-bear country) …