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Writing Blog

I Give A Fuck

Roderick Campbell

by Janne Robinson

Two people have wrote “Here’s to the people who give a fuck“ type articles since I published “Here’s to the Women Who Don’t Give a Fuck.”

Just to clarify—I do give a fuck, sometimes.

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Hungry To Live

Roderick Campbell

by Janne Robinson

I am hungry to dance, shout, breathe, gasp, exhale
I am hungry to smell wildflowers when I am late
to stop and eat huckleberries in the woods
put thimbleberries on my fingers
die my clothes with the juice of mother earth

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For My Daughter

Roderick Campbell

by Janne Robinson

My mamma wore this scarf when she was pregnant with me at 24 living in a log cabin in the Yukon.

She had two bush dogs, Jed & Jessie that would lie on the porch with me when I was a child. Bundled up bear bait in the biting cold and scorching heat.

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She Loves To

Roderick Campbell

by Janne Robinson

She loves to dance

She loves Brazilian samba
when sunshine reaches for her toes in the morning
Gently dancing on her thighs, finger tips and cheeks
It beckons warmly that the day has begun
“Why aren’t you playing?” it coos.
There are no stars left to speckle the sky

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How To Love Like A Tigress

Roderick Campbell

by Janne Robinson

I want to love you wildly. I don’t want words, but inarticulate cries, meaningless, from the bottom of my most primitive being, that flow from my belly like honey. A piercing joy, that leaves me empty, conquered, silenced.” ~ Anaïs Nin

What is a tigress?

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We Live In A World Of Smart Phones And Dumb People

Roderick Campbell

by Janne Robinson

The most important thing I’ve learned about living is that the only thing deserving of my undivided attention is the moment I can tangibly taste, smell, touch and feel as it unravels before me.

Life always takes precedence over my phone, emails, social media Twitter twang, Instagram and Facebook messages.

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10 Ways To Rock Your Morning

Roderick Campbell

by Janne Robinson

When we first wake up in the morning, we are like babies. Our minds are soft, hazy and gentle.

1. Give yourself an extra hour of morning grace.

You know the amount of survival time necessary to fly by the seat of your pants and make it to work.

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The Hidden Value Of Jealousy

Roderick Campbell

by Janne Robinson

It’s the part where he speaks about the importance of being within an emotion. Taking it on like your favorite flannel shirt—the one with patches on top of patches, and being present within it. Without rushing to fix it, shift it, or get rid of it.

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When We Begin To Fall In Love, The World Waits

Roderick Campbell

by Janne Robinson

When we begin to fall in love, the world waits.

It may tap you on the shoulder, about to speak and then second guess itself, retreating and fading softly into the distance.

The emails—wait.

The laundry scattered along bedroom banisters, stairways, waiting in dryers to be folded—waits.

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Fall In Love This Morning

Roderick Campbell

by Janne Robinson

Mornings are like a lover I haven’t been acquainted with yet.

The timing is never quite right for us, but when I do wake up in the wee hours where the sun hasn’t quite hit my cabin yet and the morning dew clings to the trees, and buttercups in the woods around—moments where the world feels fresh—like it holds some juicy secret that only those who awake in time to see it know.

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