Not everyone has the money for books or the time for lengthy reads, but we all can spare time to listen to podcasts and videos that are summing up a lot of what the books are saying. Nothing can REPLACE reading a book, but so far I've seen authors and speakers share their views and black… Continue reading Free podcasts and videos that help with anti-racism (that I’ve listened to or watched)
Want to open your mind and heart to see and feel and experience more in life? Here's how to open your mind and go further...
My good friend (fellow writer and author) and I have been doing a lot of soul-searching in quarantine. Interestingly, we both had the same mindsets going in: "plenty of time to write, woo!" but each (on our own) have come to new realisations that have set us free... Stop writing to publish... As people who… Continue reading Getting Unstuck: My 2020 Writing Manifesto
University is over for the year! Woo! This is how I feel having completed my first part-time module and first year of Open Uni... Relief Of course, I feel a sense of relief. That pressure, that fear and unease is gone. I did all my assignments and got mostly 2:1s and one 1st (great… Continue reading Journal Entry: How I Feel About Having Finished My First Year of Study
Hey guys, I'm starting off the Finding Clarity Series with a post about Agreements. For those of you who don't know what I'm talking about, I got this term from the popular self-help book The Four Agreements. I 100% recommend that all people read this book. I listened to it on Audible and it was… Continue reading Finding Clarity: Your Agreements
I am about to become a learner again (not a student, but a learner). I'm starting a new job, and so I will be in a stage of learning new things, new environments and from new people. And that's okay! Being a beginner can be scary, but learning should be exciting and fun and never… Continue reading Always Be Learning (podcast)