I don’t have enough memories of you. A childhood rife with play and imagination wasn’t enough to keep you here. I wish I’d used that mind to conjure up a father who stayed. Who would you be at night when I was in sweats from nightmares?Or maybe I wouldn’t get nightmares anymore, if you were around. Daddy to the rescue. All… Continue reading Dad’s 20th Anniversary
This weekend has been lovely. I’ve felt a sense of relief and release. Friday evening I did a “letting go” yoga flow that made me feel amazing and helped shift the pent up energy and inner conflict I’ve felt throughout the rest of the week. I’m so grateful for that yoga session and time I… Continue reading Gratitude post!
How healthy am I? I know for sure I’m healthier than I used to be. I eat better. I sleep better. I walk more. I have deeper more meaningful conversations. I create during my weeks. I stretch. I drink loads of water. I care for my hair and protect it. I notice my thoughts. I’m… Continue reading How healthy am I? (Journal entry)
This year I’ve challenged myself in many ways. My focus for 2022 was to enjoy myself and trust myself again, but I did end up tagging on a little extra in that I wanted to challenge myself quarterly (at least). And I’ve done that well so far; in fact I’ve challenged myself quite a lot… Continue reading Defining a challenge = defining success
I choose to see myself as I am and could be, not through my fears and insecurities. I choose to see the best in others, and reserve judgement for I can’t know what hides behind closed doors. I choose to see the playfulness and lightness of life, even when the day feels long and tiring.… Continue reading I choose to see it all
This isn’t a new concept for me or for you. I’m sure I’ve spoken about this on my blog or podcast before, but perhaps not in this depth. Why is a great question, right? I means it’s annoying when kids go “why? Why? Why?” to everything you say, but it’s actually a brilliant way of… Continue reading The Power of Asking Why
Today I am talking about where you draw the line in the sand (aka what you stand for and where your boundaries are). Why? Because it's an important part of being a confident person who knows who you are! Click to play! xx
I've recently been asking myself these questions, because I've not felt sure of myself. My confidence is waning. I haven't been sure of who I am and what I want. Also, I've only just emerged out into the world as an independent woman, so I'm still figuring it all out and being confident in saying… Continue reading Identity and Self-Awareness Questionnaire
There is nothing wrong with anything, really (apart from illegal things and things that are evil or unjust or horrible, but you know what I mean). Eating junk food is fine in small doses. Watching TV reruns is fine, at times. Sex with a stranger; lying; skipping a workout; wearing joggers all week... I think… Continue reading Is Passivity The Problem?
You have always been there to support me, but I think I have neglected you of late. I'm sorry. It wasn't my intention to lose my way, but pathways intersect and divert so easily that I became blinded and the destination less clear. I say I don't know who I am but I am a… Continue reading An Ode to Writing for the Sake of It