Author Archives: Living Geo d'Arcy

About Living Geo d'Arcy

Experiences are the richest thing in life. Love them and live them.

The True Superheroes of the World are Their Guardians

Think about Superman, Batman and maybe others (that is about my knowledge of superheroes) and how they were raised and how they got their values, behaviours and attitudes for doing good in the world. Admittedly some of it comes from … Continue reading

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That special kind of feeling… (travel & Africa)

There are actually a couple special kinds of feelings I want to look at in this one. They are both related to travel however. The first is the feeling I get of being in a new country. The pattern is … Continue reading

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Is Formal Education Really Education?

For the first time in 10 months I have the opportunity to write as a normal native natural human! I can write as I wish with the primary focus of connecting to people, feelings, understanding and discovery without an academic … Continue reading

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38 – A Year Like No Other (but what year ever is in my life)

  What another wonderful set of moons to see pass in my 38th year of life with Venus or some other cosmic shit throwing a few things into the works for some challenges. The last year had some ultimate highs … Continue reading

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2017 New Year’s Evolutions!

  New Year’s Resolutions and Message – 2017 Hi Troops of Passion and Peace! A happy Christmas and a very merry New Year once again 🙂 2016 was a banger in so many ways – a new confusing, wonderful and … Continue reading

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Teaspoons of Change in an Apartment in Tokyo

Small but significant ways to live lightly on the earth in an apartment in Tokyo I’ve just come off the back of many years of continuous travel without being settled in one country, one city, and certainly not one room … Continue reading

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My First Month in Japan, Different, in Not the Way You Might Expect

  All set to write my first blog in Japan now that I have cleaned my house which takes all of 2-3 minutes in my 19m² apartment, which is pretty standard in a city of over 30 million people! In … Continue reading

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The privilege of walking alone down the street without fear

  For most blokes in Australia they reckon the women in their communities get it pretty good, especially when compared to women in other countries. Well for me, I think that unless a woman has exactly the same access and … Continue reading

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2016 New Year’s Revolutions!

New Year’s Resolution and Message – 2016 G’Day Folks – Wide, Far and In Between! A very happy Christmas (or 25th of December) and a very merry New Year (those Gregorian calendar inclined). I feel a little guilty to say … Continue reading

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Classrooms of the World

Recently I saw a blog on 7 amazing classrooms from around the world and went Wow! Then I added a photo of mine from a classroom I was presenting in this year in South Sudan. Then I thought about all … Continue reading

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