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Alexander McMahon

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Three More Years

Racist, selfish, scared. These are three words that I've heard used to describe the overall Australian voter base after the recent federal election, the population of Queensland in particular. It's been difficult to come to terms with the wave of... Continue Reading →

Trial Treatment

I'm very hard on myself. This is something that those who have not known me for very long may not be aware of. I'm self-critical, obsessive, and struggle to give myself apologies or excuses. It's because I'm something of a... Continue Reading →

Learning how to Lose

Those who have spoken to me much recently might be aware that it was my intention to return to University this year. When I missed the cut off for mature age students, I determined that my best course of action... Continue Reading →

The Endless Lesson

So to start with, a story. A few months ago I began to learn how to play the Ukulele. Well, again. It's a great creative outlet, and a relatively simple instrument to play. Plus, it allows me to expand my... Continue Reading →

The Happy Choice

It was difficult to decide on a topic for this post. Sometimes the words just come to me - I know what I want to write about, and it's easy to sum it up. Other times, I have no such... Continue Reading →

The Hidden Cost

I had a productive day today. Productive, in that I've crossed off just about everything on my daily checklist. I've made lunch for the work week ahead. I've done some writing. I exercised. I practised both ukulele and singing. I've... Continue Reading →

A New Normal

It's a normal to feel a little weird, I've been told. Many of us are forever searching for 'normality', for a place in the world where we can truly fit in. More than anything, human beings love to have a... Continue Reading →

Leaving

My sister's leaving tomorrow. She'll be in Japan for a whole year on exchange. The opportunity of a lifetime, really, and one that will be benefit her in more ways than any of us will be able to tell. I'm... Continue Reading →

The End of Equanimity

I've always found that my patience seems to be most tested when my energy is at its lowest. It's no surprise that we become irritable and difficult when we're tired. This may be a slightly jumbled post, as I have... Continue Reading →

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