These days we are breaking our necks by looking over all the fences around us. Looking at his garden and her garden; at what they're doing compared to us. But all it causes is pain, confusion, dizziness and paralysis. Comparison and choice are sending us mad, but I have a simple tool for hopefully kicking… Continue reading The Dizziness of Choice and Comparison (podcast)
There is a lot of pain in forgetting. If we were able to readily remember all that we've ever felt, seen, heard, tasted, or experienced, we would probably feel a lot less pain because we'd have the power of knowing... Knowledge is comforting, at times. Knowing who we are, what we've done, and what we're capable of goes a long way in removing fear, worry, and pain.
This year I'm realising that my journey, my focus, my mindset is all about self-exploration. My content, therefore, will also be around this idea. Not self-development or self-help, per se, but exploring the self, the world, and life as we know it from all angles... Click to play! xx
I usually do a sort of achievement list at the end of each year. It's a way of patting myself on the back for progressing and achieving and doing good things for myself. But this year hasn't felt so great; I feel I have less to say and share with you guys. So, here's a… Continue reading My Personal List of Good Things From 2019
Inspired by Frozen 2: when in doubt, when you're afraid, just take the next right step... If you are someone who's a bit worried about the new year because you're unsure of what to do next, then my advice to you would be to bear this in mind. Just take the next right step. Whatever… Continue reading The Next Right Step
The On Purpose podcast by Jay Shetty discussed how we go through "seasons" in life: Learn, Experiment, Perform, Struggle, Thrive. I also watched an episode of The Big Bang Theory where Leonard got a letter from his brother explaining all the great things that he had achieved. Leonard then started thinking about his own life… Continue reading The Truth About The Years Of Our Lives
In light of this week's podcast episode about remembering who you are, I wrote this poem about myself and how I want to do just that, remember who I am, in 2020... Waking from My Slumber It would be a great shame to forget that I once ran races, arms fast at my sides,… Continue reading Waking from My Slumber (poem)