Pittsburgh native Laurel Munshower left Steel City when she hopped on a plane to Dubai — and hasn’t looked back. Her travel writing is offbeat and thoughtful, and will help you flesh out your own travel bucket list.

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The Winter Almost Broke Me, and the Spring May Not Be Long Enough #PPD — momsicle

I have just uploaded a few more Lion images taken between 2006 and 2017. Have a look at (total 76 images). This is one of many species gallery available online at Please contact me at in case you are interested in publishing any of these images or if you would like to license any image for […]

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The Winter Almost Broke Me, and the Spring May Not Be Long Enough #PPD — momsicle

It’s been over two months since Valentine’s Day, and the daffodils are out and the cherry trees are in bloom, and my vegetable garden lures me with light-filled evenings and the promise of compost and earthworms. But I’m still thinking about Valentine’s Day. In early February we had an ice storm, which had followed on […]

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The mental distortions of depression

The world which once shun light in infinite vibrant colours is now consumed by a darkness which appears to have no form yet seems to have limitless power.

The power I speak is like a second shadow only, instead of following the actions of the owner of the shadow, it insidiously creeps up inside one’s mind and burrows deep beneath your inner conscience making little alterations here and there but not enough to be noticeable nor preventable.

It is the cancer in your mind that you are unable to expunge. The creator of misery and further suffering. It feeds on negativity, this monster has no rational demands so bargaining is off the table.

Ignorance can be bliss yet a dangerous route, waking up a week later looking at actions that you have come about.

It is when constant mindfulness and  bringing oneself back to the reality,  that one has the power to see and bring out one’s best side even when one’s worst side is wearing their skin.

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