WARNING! This page is going to be full of so much information that it will be overwhelming. But, this isn't about doing everything; suddenly buying all the books, subscribing to all the channels, or listening to all the podcasts. Instead, keep this page handy for whenever you are looking for some information and don't know… Continue reading Finding Clarity: Resources for Seeking Clarity
Hey guys, welcome back to the Finding Clarity Series! Today's post is a deep one, an important one, but also one that I can provide a lot less specific advice about because our wounds and our need for healing are all different. Just know, firstly, that your wounds can heal if you stop poking them… Continue reading Finding Clarity: Shame, Wounds, Healing
If you are someone who often finds yourself feeling guilty (like me), then this post is for you. I think that guilt has its place. As Brene Brown says, it highlights where we have failed to do something we know we should. However, I also believe some of us, perhaps the sensitive or lower self-esteem… Continue reading Let’s Talk About Guilt
How do we get what we want from life? What are the hard truths we have to follow? Here are some truths about getting what you want from life
It's my birthday and so I thought I'd do some thinking and share all the thoughts and feelings I'm having now that I'm a quarter of a century years old! Topics covered in the ramble: How things change so quickly Intentions and taking steps Seeking clarity Spirituality Self-awareness Fears Transformation and Evolving Balance Click to… Continue reading 25th Birthday Ramble and Reflections (podcast)
I've been thinking about how I see myself and the negative things that I have been identifying with. We all create our own reality with the narrative we tell ourselves. So, be careful with what you are identifying with (consciously or not)... Click to play! xx
I've been sort of out of balance with something I strongly believe in lately: conscious spending. With making my own money again and I think with this new job coming up, I spent wildly. Disclaimer, and in all fairness to myself, I didn't completely go spending blind! I did still ask myself if I really… Continue reading How to Live By Your Values
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.
Around this time of year (January) we can all be a bit too rigid, fixed and obsessed with habits and goals. Even more so if you're already a person who's interested in self-development, or you're highly ambitious. But...Life is to be lived, let's not forget! Life is the thing that happens between the planning... And… Continue reading What Intentional Living Really Means: The Pillars of An Intentional Lifestyle
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)