Tag: reflective


Blessed to be a Blessing

“But if that light is under a bushel, it’s lost something kind of crucial.” – Godspell I’m just putting it out there, I love musicals! And Godspell is definitely towards the top of the list as far as favourites go (if you haven’t heard the soundtrack, y’all should definitely check it out). It’s fun and fabulous, but more than that,

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Last Tuesday I did the SILENCE challenge – oh em gee! And during the day I decided to write down my thoughts, feelings and experiences to share with you all. So welcome to Hannah’s diary – SILENCE edition! I am writing this article while silent (thankfully typing doesn’t count as talking). In the space of a few hours, I’ve already

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Why I’m doing SILENCE

This is my first year taking the SILENCE challenge and it will definitely, no doubt about it, absolutely be a challenge. My family and friends can testify to my love of talking and I don’t remember going five minutes in silence, let alone 24 hours! (My brother literally laughed out loud when I told him I was doing this.) But

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The Benefits of Volunteering

I’ve been volunteering with Mustard for about 3 months now and I’ve had an absolute ripper of a time. But when I tell people that I volunteer for a non-profit organisation their response is usually something along the lines of “Oh wow, that must be good for the resume.” Essentially, people just want to know what I get out of

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Feeling Less Than Fresh

The other day one of my housemates said that babies are like ‘fresh humans’. “Fresh humans, straight outta the oven”. I laughed because describing a cute, little baby the same way you would describe a batch of biscuits is super odd. But the more I thought about it, the more I got on board with her notion. Babies are newly

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The Beach, Chocolate & Jesus

This was the first Easter where I did not lead, coordinate or take part in an Easter camp. But, I did go camping (more on that later). The normal Easter schedule for Hannah Sim involves the Warracknabeal Easter Convention from Friday to Monday, involving a good 3-hour drive there and back. Not including the several hours of prepping before the

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