“Growing up is losing some illusions, in order to acquire others.”
~ Virginia Woolf
I have to say, of all the things I have ever loved most, there really is nothing that compares to the smell and look of deep black soil, and the feel of it on your hands and your jeans after a good day of digging and connecting with the ground. I’m not sure I’ve shared much here about my little passion for gardening, but that could very well be because the last few years have been well, kind of, not really about that. Until now that is! Continue reading →
The greatest wealth is to live content with little.
When it comes to ramen, I don’t think there is a person in modern history without a connection or memory to warm noodles in a bowl and the comfort & subsequent memories they bring. I mean is there? For me and my siblings growing up, Mr. Noodles were a major treat, since while inexpensive and easy to make, my folks weren’t exactly the ‘fast food’ types. But as most parents know, it is prudent to treat kids from time to time and so they did, even if it meant buying packages of cheap-as-borscht dry noodles that were laden with the salt & fake flavours from that little silver pouch, not to mention the MSG and whatever else goes into those iconic little packages of cheap & oh-so-tasty sustenance. Oh, Mr Noodles indeed. Continue reading →
There are definitely times when I sit down to write and wonder if maaaaybe I sometimes sound like a broken record, but I hope that’s not the case as I try to work out the ramblings that come and go through my brain on a daily, weekly, hourly or sometimes second-by-second basis. I may have shared this before, but I am constantly fascinated by the workings of our minds and specifically, how inspiration strikes and where we draw energy from when we really, really, dig something. Ever wondered just where your energy comes from or how easy something feels when you love it? Well, that’s what I’m talking about here, it’s just that. Continue reading →
If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.
― Nikola Tesla
If you had told me two years ago that I’d be sitting right here, coffee in hand with the day laid out ahead of me, I can guarantee that I would not have believed you, because, well, it would have just been a little too crazy to think about. If you’ve been reading this blog here of mine for a while, then you’d know the usual progression that has been made (along with all of you lovely blogging friends) of a passion project that has meandered on to be a part of my life that I never could have expected. Continue reading →
I have a history of having a rather short attention span. Regardless of all the potential distractions that exist in our daily lives, somehow I always end up feeling like I’m just a little more prone than the average person to having my attention dart to and fro from one interest to the next. So much so, that it’s typically very difficult for me to read anything that isn’t directly related to whatever my current obsession is. Sound familiar to anyone? Continue reading →
Welcome! What is In Pursuit Of More? The blog about living with (just a little) less. By going without, we can gain - by giving to those who have less. Want to make a change in your eating habits for the better? Imagine how you can turn that into something positive for those who would otherwise go hungry. Go without so others don't have to. That's living with (just a little) less.