The One Life Movement
In her early twenties, Kimberley Dickinson had no idea who she was or what she wanted, although she thought she knew everything. After a crushingly bad breakup wrought with emotional angst, strife and upheaval, she was forced to start re-evaluating who she was, where she was and what she wanted.
Propelled by circumstance, she found herself wandering around various countries searching for a place to call home and a reason for being. From Montreal to Marrakech, Melbourne to Madrid, she found herself aimlessly drifting from one adventurous situation to another. The new found freedom and friendships seemed liberating at first but ultimately, she was left to figure herself and her future out on her own. Consistently having her values and beliefs challenged throughout her colourful journeys, she ultimately realized she sought true connection the most.
A moving, subtly sarcastic and compelling tale of one woman's awkward stumble through life to find her home, her place, and herself.