February 11, 2016

FLOW photo challenge — day 11: reading at the moment

Posted in books

What I’m reading at the moment — from left to right:

FLOW jour 11 LECTURE DU MOMENT

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Full Catastrophe Living: Using the Wisdom of Your Body and Mind to Face Stress, Pain, and Illnessand its French version, Au coeur de la tourmente, la pleine conscience, by Jon Kabat-Zinn.

I have the book in both languages because I’m supposed to be blogging about it on both sides of my blog. I’ve been reading and taking notes, but haven’t posted anything since last November. Here are the links to the first two posts — more to come…eventually:
FULL CATASTROPHE LIVING — back on track!
FULL CATASTROPHE LIVING — what am i going to do with my mind today?

A Death in The Family, by Karl Ove Knausgaard.

Next two are for reading in the bathtub:

Improvisation For Actors And Writers: A Guidebook For Improv Lessons In Comedy, by Bill Lynn.

Zen and the Art of Stand-Up Comedy, by Jay Sankey.

Tomorrow: through the window.

CLOTURE 440

February 10, 2016

FLOW photo challenge — day 10: origami

Posted in creativity, humour

SO proud to model my latest creations for you — call me OrigaMudd!

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Tomorrow: reading at the moment.

February 9, 2016

FLOW photo challenge — day 9: gluttony

Posted in creativity

I’m a glutton for ART.

FLOW jour 9 MAC

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Today, I went to the MAC where I bought my membership card. Good for one year, it gives me access to all exhibitions and Nocturnes.

[ This is temporary. My *official* membership card will arrive in the mail within a month. ]

[ This is temporary. My *official* membership card will arrive in the mail within a month. ]

A delicious year ahead!

Tomorrow: origami.

February 8, 2016

FLOW photo challenge — day 8: beautiful plant

Posted in creativity

There isn’t much storage room in my small apartment which, however, leaves a lot of space for creativity.

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In the kitchen, an IKEA shelving unit serves as a pantry and offers a nook for the microwave oven. Thanks to the cascading philodendrons, the overall look is pretty interesting. A snake plant (sansevieria trifasciata), a money tree (pachira aquatica), and a serigraphy by Gabriel Lefebvre complete the decor.

Tomorrow’s theme: gluttony.