Psychology, writing

writing || brief thoughts on private journaling vs public writing

Journaling. It's great, but I'm starting to think blogging may be a better practice. Writing for others forces you to make sense to minds other than your own and be a coherent personality. It's a bit more challenging but also requires more effort to ensure your words are as raw and organic as possible -… Continue reading writing || brief thoughts on private journaling vs public writing

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bullet journal, organization, videos

organization || Bullet Journal Flip-Through: June 2017-August 2017

Recently published a video in which I flipped through my current Bullet Journal, which I've had since June! I also pointed out some key spreads for every new Bullet Journal. These include: Bujo cover page Apocalist (a fun spread you should try!) Year in review and yearly cover page Monthly calendar Monthly memories calendar Daily… Continue reading organization || Bullet Journal Flip-Through: June 2017-August 2017

academia, Philosophy, Religion, writing

writing || The Case for Non-Theism: The Strengths of Buddhism

There are two things all religions seem to know for certain: 1. God is Good. 2. We are all a part of God’s masterfully orchestrated plan. Everything that happens is meant to happen. I’ve always puzzled over the idea of destiny. Everything that we are, or will be - has already been predetermined by a… Continue reading writing || The Case for Non-Theism: The Strengths of Buddhism

writing

writing || A Brief History of this Corner of the Universe

Welcome! I’m so glad you’ve decided to pop by! Whether you’re visiting because you were a reader of my eight-year-old blog or just happened to find the name Mistral Spirit around the interwebs, it’s great to have you here! I’ve been blogging since 2009, and I love sharing writing that others will read and benefit… Continue reading writing || A Brief History of this Corner of the Universe