Still Searching for My Sunset

‘Every morn…I look up for a brighter sun,
to cast away clouds that still pursue me.

Told that time will move them forward,
patience should be a friend.

Though, all I feel as I gaze toward each daily set,
is that I am still losing both.

Journal Entry # 7 – Health is Wealth


Health is wealth…balance your ledger!!

Journal Entry # 6 – Friendships

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Friendships are like finding money in an old coat pocket. When you realize that it is still there after all this time, it suddenly reminds you of how fortunate you really are.

Journal Entry # 5 – Feeling Zen



‘Find your Zen moment’

Journal Entry # 4 – Take it in!


‘Stop what you’re doing, and just take it in’

Journal Entry # 3 – Screen Time



‘Screen time is unavoidable really, but still very much controllable.
Sometimes you need to unplug…to recharge.’



Foggy Love

‘Blind must be the heart,
when there is so much colour…
all that’s seen is grey.’

Journal Entry # 2



“Let’s take inventory of what makes us happy, and surround ourselves with more of it.”


Journal Entry # 1



I told myself to not give negativity the power to consume, dwelling on things will slowly eat away at your soul. – “Stay Positive”




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I have decided that I am going to include a journal to this blog. I’ve been bouncing ideas around in my head for awhile now, looking for something to give Earth to Ash the punch in the arm it needs…and I think this is it. My plan, is to simply start each post off with ‘Today…’ and go from there. Quick, to the point entries that detail some aspect of my daily life. It could be a thought, an idea, a mood, an emotion, it literally could be anything.

So, for now, I just want to see where this project takes me, but if I like where it goes, then I may just make it a permanent part of Earth to Ash.

Thanks for all the support!!!

‘It is necessary to write, if the days are not to slip emptily by. How else, indeed, to clap the net over the butterfly of the moment? For the moments passes, it is forgotten; the mood is gone. That is where the writer scores over his fellows: he catches the changes of his mind on the hop.’
                           – Vita Sackville-West