Kennedy Farr is a daily diarist, a lifelong learner, a dog lover, an educator, a tree lover, & a true believer that the best way to travel inward is to write with your feet: Take the leap of faith. Put both feet forward. Just jump. Believe.
Just Say It
When was the last time you didn't say something to someone in the moment . . . in real time . . . only to later wish that you would have just given yourself the permission to say it?
64 Crayons with a Built-In Sharpener
When I was little and anticipating that first day back to school, I so wanted that big box of crayons with the built-in sharpener in the back.
I took one of those online quizzes that is designed to assess “Who Are You? And Where Are You at in Life?” My quiz results felt to be a big generic:
Salad Spinner Mindfulness
I caught myself sitting here at my desk and worrying about nothing this morning. To distract myself and to put all of this fretting aside, I now sit here at an outdoor table at one of my favorite coffee shops to put some words on paper.
Freedom + Experience ∑ Education
purpose: (noun) "the reason for which something is done or created or for which something exists" method: (noun) "orderliness of thought or behavior; systematic planning or action"
Say "What the hell?!" to the Dress
This is one of those stories where you might be tempted to feel sorry for me. For what I felt to be limited life choices. For my depth of poverty at the time of getting married. For saying “Yes” when I should have said “Hell no!” For staying married as long as I did. For walking away and losing every single thing I owned.
My Theory of Irrelativity
Baby steps are immeasurable according to my Theory of Irrelativity. Their measure involves added volume and weight that an ordinary distance cannot carry. Sometimes the very smallest of steps in the right direction are enough to cancel out those giant steps that you feel were taken in less-desirable directions.
The Perils of Meta-Doubt
Trust is the firm, undeniable belief in the reliability of someone or something. If A inevitably leads to B . . . well, trust believes that both A and B are pretty sure bets. They are reliable . . . predictable, even. You can trust that all will go according to plan and all will be well.