Me as a 50-year-old

This was an interesting one. For some (like myself), 50 is decades into the future, while for some of my friends this would be in retrospect.

Either way, here’s to traveling light! Not because nothing matters, but because you know what does.

The “Stay-Home Artventure Passport” was originally created for my students here in Singapore. I’ve since adapted it for everyone else who’d like a daily creative (and surprisingly introspective) getaway, so you’re most welcome to join in!

If you’d like a soft copy of the “passport” itself, leave your email address in the comments and I’ll send it to you for free. 

Next prompt: Me as a superhero


15 thoughts on “Me as a 50-year-old

  1. Hello and thank you for your insightful words! Since my sister passed away, I am responsible for my special needs nephew who is 37. Learning to love him also came through my own trip through depression and anxiety. I am still so baffled as to how to help him best, but he is continuing to teach me a lot about love and patience. I have never heard of KEEN and could not locate more info about them. So glad for the work they are doing. My email address is . I would love to send your passport book to my nephew. So nice to meet you out in the wordpress world. Thanks for making a difference. Pam Boyd

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  2. Hi, I hope all is well for you. I just wanted to let you know how much you have helped me over the years. I became severely depressed back in 2011. There was one night where I wasn’t sure if I was going to make it. I was searching things online and I happened across your blog. I believe God guided me there. It helped me get through that night and many others. I’ve been a Christian since I was young so it was nice to see that I wasn’t the only follower of Christ that had went through things like this. I still have some really hard days but I’m hanging in there. I just wanted to thank you for helping me during some of the darkest times in my life. Take care and God bless!

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    1. Hi Nick! Wow, I was speechless for a moment after reading your comment. Thank you so much for sharing this. And I’m so grateful to know that you have found the hope and strength to keep fighting. It is my honour to have had a small role in your incredible journey. I hope and pray that with the help of God’s grace you will continue to choose Hope each and every day. That is the bravest and strongest thing we can do, even when we feel anything but.

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