Annie Taylor

An Empty Nest

There are some parents who celebrate their kids flying the nest. They have plans for those bedrooms. A much-coveted craft room. A space dedicated to yoga and meditation. Perhaps the room has the best natural light (once the blinds are lifted) and will lend itself perfectly for painting. Through those doors, marks left by sticky-tak …

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Be Amazing

At the age of 3, my daughter managed to pluck every single key off the laptop in the time it took me to have my morning shower. She appeared before me and announced excitedly that she’d done something amazing. Apparently, she was right about that. The man at the PC repair shop said quite simply …

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What Matters

We measure ourselves against so much, don’t we? On a day we feel less than we are, we can find ourselves disillusioned as we compare ourselves against those who look like they’ve nailed it. So, Friend One has moved to a much more fashionable part of town; Friend Two has just bought the car we …

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