About Lives Less Ordinary

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If you are a new visitor to Lives Less Ordinary – Welcome!

By taking the time to browse through the posts here, you’ll find plenty of beautiful photographs, thoughtful reflections and inspirational content, as I communicate my deep passion for specialness.

You see, it is my hope that Lives Less Ordinary will help you to recognize and accept just how special, how unique you truly are. However, in order to fully embrace your uniqueness, you need to start engaging with what is around you and relishing the specialness of each experience, each moment, each relationship.

This blog is the place where I share my own journey of discovery, and this is your invitation to join me.

Because accepting that you are special intrinsically depends upon recognizing and celebrating specialness in others, and it is for this reason that Lives Less Ordinary maintains such a strong community focus: inviting readers to share thoughts, memories, experiences, asking questions to engage and inspire, coming together in conversation.

Won’t you join us for a blether*?

To learn more about this blog:

* BLETHER – (ble-thir) Dialect, chiefly Scot. ~n. 1. person who chatters incessantly; one who babbles on and on (” That wee yin o’ yours is an awfy blether getting'”). ~v. 2. to engage in conversation, long-winded or idle talk ( as in ” Ah met yer granny doon the toun, we hud a richt guid blether the gither”).

8 Comments

  1. Thursday Thirteen- Origami Wishes « Lives Less Ordinary replied:

    […] than acting. Now, there’s nothing wrong with this, but for someone like me who thrives on the zoo of the new, the end of year can feel a little stagnant. So, to remedy this I set out to learn something new […]

  2. 10 Questions With Me! « Lives Less Ordinary replied:

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  3. Mother Earth replied:

    Hi Amy — here from liz strauss’s blog and your sob award, playfully it’s a great way to meet new bloggers and a favorite way to avoid saturday afternoon chores, like you i entered robert’s what I learned from people writing project, have a commitment to the environment and appreciate beauty

    your blog and photography is lovely

    Mother Earth aka Karen Hanrahan
    http://www.bestwellnessconsultant.com

  4. amypalko replied:

    Hey, Mother Earth, Welcome to my blog, and thanks for this lovely comment! The SOB award was such a welcome surprise, and I’m so glad that it brought you here.
    As soon as I’ve got my internet connection up and running again, I’ll pop over and check out your blog and your WILF post.
    Hopefully, that won’t be too far in the future…

  5. David replied:

    Amy,

    This is my favourite part of your blog. I love your story of how it started – how the most important things in life always seem to be accidents.

    And your ideas for living consciously are inspired.

    Thank you

  6. Playing in the Blogosphere: beplayful.org replied:

    […] of a person fully alive. One of Amy’s best recent posts has been Climactic Celebrations. Her new about page is also brilliant, offering sound advice on finding your creative self and unleashing your […]

  7. Nadine T. replied:

    You make everything and everyone very poetic and special Amy. Beautiful text.

  8. 70 Million Definitions of “Blog” And Counting | Confident Writing replied:

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