Monday Musings: Lovely Loner

 
 

I love mood boards. I love cultivating a feeling in photographs, snaps from films, music, etc. With Monday Musings I hope to make you, the viewer, feel something (hopefully something good). This week I want to explore loneliness or should I say, aloneness. There is beauty in separation, because it allows us the space to find ourselves. If we can look at being alone as an opportunity rather than misfortune- we can make room for beautiful happenings and growth.

 
 
 
Joan Didion: The Center Will Not Hold (Griffin Dunne, 2017)

Joan Didion: The Center Will Not Hold (Griffin Dunne, 2017)

 
 
Adele by Alex Sturrock (the guy that broke her heart)

Adele by Alex Sturrock (the guy that broke her heart)

 
 
 
Bob Henriques ::  Actress Anne Bancroft, 1961

Bob Henriques :: Actress Anne Bancroft, 1961

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Chloë Sevigny

Chloë Sevigny

 
 
Samantha Jones after a chemical peel, painted by Laura Collins

Samantha Jones after a chemical peel, painted by Laura Collins

 
Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961)

Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961)

 
 
When a thing has served its purpose, it will go away. If you try to hold on to something that has already fulfilled its purpose in your life, you are going to hurt yourself. If holding on is disturbing your peace of mind, it makes sense to let go. Surrender all attachments to people and things that you have been struggling to hold on to.
— Iyanla Vanzant
 
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Jane Fonda cooking at home in her New York apartment, 1960

Jane Fonda cooking at home in her New York apartment, 1960

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