“Oh no, I couldn’t possibly. There’s just too much to do.
Work first, pleasure later.
I can rest when I’m done with everything.”
Do these statements sound familiar to you?
These battles inside of you between what your soul longs for and what your busy mind tells you to do? Continue reading “Rest in the Middle of Life”
Even though I’m not pregnant, I crave a lot of things.
I crave my warm bed when I’m on my way to work early in the morning.
I crave sparkling water after a workout.
I crave a hot meal at the end of a long day.
Yes, I sometimes crave bacon.
If we take a closer look at our lives and our souls, we’ll discover cravings inside all of us. We all long for something.
Continue reading “Where our Cravings Find a Home”
It’s the last day of October. It’s also the last chapter of Mundane Narratives. One month of people, objects and stories we so often tend to overlook. I hope you had some fun reading along!
The question is what remains at the end of this month.
What are you taking away from this challenge?
Continue reading “Packed Bags”
Last week I went on a drive with my mom. She has broken her arm and I visited her for a few days to help out at home and be some company to her.
We went into the city, wandered around the shops and did a pretty good job at window shopping.
The sun began to set as we started our journey back home. We left the city behind us and drove through fields and smaller villages.
The car turned around a corner and then we saw it.
Continue reading “Stop the Car!”
The last guest post for this series comes from Tabitha. She and I met many years ago on a TCK re-entry camp. Tabitha grew up in Tanzania, but now lives in Germany. Coming ‘back’ and settling in a country that has never truly been yours is a challenge – but small things can make a huge difference. Tabitha shares one of them.
Continue reading “Tabithas Pfanne”
I am moving today.
It’s been a few tough months of waiting and searching for the right apartment, but it was worth the wait. My boxes are packed, all accounts are settled – I am ready for something new.
Continue reading “Wide Open Space”
This is Kasia’s second mundane narrative. She is a great mother and friend – but she is also a historian finishing up her PhD. This gives her a unique perspective.
Click here for part 1.
Continue reading “A History Tour”