Fremantle, Perth, Western Australia
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I’m Marisa Wikramanayake. I am a freelance journalist and editor (also known as a word wrangler). I started my journalism career as a weekly columnist for the Sunday Leader writing on politics and popular culture for four years for a readership of 100,000.
Inspiration: the action or power of moving the intellect or emotions: the act of drawing air into the lungs: the quality or state of being inspired.
I am a writer inspired by life, media and people. I see stories everywhere, and I want to share them with you and help you draw out your own stories. I post from a little village in southwestern France on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays....more
There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.”― Maya Angelou
I am: Mother and Grandmother; Alcoholic/Addict in long term recovery; Non Profit Manager and Trainer; Writer; Blogger; Loves reading and music; Hanging out with friends is the best.
As a child I learned that keeping secrets was the “norm.” We used the term “don’t ask-don’t tell” long before the military put the policy in place. I knew I had a voice, I just wasn’t allowed to use it. Over the years, I...more
My blog is the result of the crazy life I lead. Everyday is a juggling act of dueling careers and trying to find the time to volunteer in my community. I discuss everything from my personal tragedy and the recipes I now cook for one, to the books I edit for work and those I read just for fun. I travel often so I talk about the places I go, the sights I see and the people I meet along the way. I also give out photography advice that benefits both the client and other photographers. Occasionally I even discuss religion and politics. ...more
Saint Augustine, FL
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I started this blog after the the birth of my daughter in 2007.. As friend after friend debuted their family blogs, I followed the herd and signed up for my own.
It started as a place to post pictures and report everyday happenings. First feedings were logged, illnesses tracked, and I've bragged about many a milestone.