Let Go of Your Fears: Walk the Edge
“Deep down, I knew that I didn’t want a life of conformity. I wanted to travel, learn even more languages, be creative, dive into graphic design, have adventures, be the master of my own time and yes, live a life on the edge.
“But since all that wasn’t an option to my limited and fearful mind, I eventually went a different direction…I ended up hospitalized, in treatment for my anorexia.
“By the time I left that hospital, I had a choice to make: would I go back to university, to being a slave to society or would I finally live the life I truly wanted to live? ”
Read the entire guest column: The Bold Life
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Indulge: The Slow Road to a Clean Shave
We live in a society that is driven by phrases like:
I was thinking about this phenomenon while I was getting my first old-fashioned shave in Historic Bastrop, Texas. I sat in that old-timey barber’s chair for almost 45 minutes, enjoying every leisurely second.