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HIRAETH

(n.) a homesickness for a home to which you cannot return, a home which maybe never was; the nostalgia, the yearning, the grief for the lost places of your past.

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Unpacking the suitcase -

It seems time to think can lead me down one of two paths - filling the emotional suitcase or emptying the baggage. It really is the perfect metaphor for my overthinking, daydreaming mind. I have had a fair bit of time lately where I have been in forced quiet space. I am seriously doing my own head in. Incapacitated to where I can not do things I would normally do , I have been pacing around like a prowling tiger. I can hear my mothers voice in the background when she would wa

After the rush - reflections of a non addict

There is so much work, adrenaline , build up and emotional effort involved over the years it takes to write a book and then ultimately reach the end goal - release. When your book is finally out there the rush is like that of an addict, you want more of that feeling of elation, of the natural high, of the buzz that is the end game. I wonder if all performers, artists, creators, actors or athletes spend their moments chasing that buzz no matter how fleeting it may be. Imagin

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Jan Daniels was born in the late 50's in England , but has called Australia home for over five decades.

Jan has a deep love for the natural beauty of the country, especially of her spiritual homeland and muse, Anglesea. Raising her three children in the Surfcoast township as a sole parent gave her a solid foundation to rebuild her life and find the peace and stability she so craved.

Jan is fascinated by people, conversations, the human spirit, the seasons of life, artistic talent and reality TV. Her greatest joy comes from beauty and colour, family and belonging, the lure of clifftops and an angry sea, the will to win and her beloved Hawthorn Football Club - the longest relationship and love affair of her life.

After a lifetime working in community services Jan has now retired to live a more gentle life and spend her days full of sunshine and song.

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