Three Keys to Being Real

Being real, and working toward understanding who we are, is really hard work. It's not just daily, it can be hourly. Minute by minute.  But over the past six months or so I've been learning (much to my frustration, of course) some keys that seem to be relevant in moving forward and becoming more healthy … Continue reading Three Keys to Being Real

Overcoming The Fear of The Unknown, One Panic Attack at a Time

Today I want to talk about overcoming the fear of the unknown. I realise that everyone deals with 'the unknown' in different ways and the things that cause them to fear it are complex, unpredictable and diverse. My current challenges lie within two predominant areas: flying and being around large congested crowds. I'm going to … Continue reading Overcoming The Fear of The Unknown, One Panic Attack at a Time

Reconciled – Chapter 2 A trip down memory lane

If you’ve not read from the beginning, you can start here.  Chapter 2, A trip down memory lane Hannah scanned the room for faces she recognised. It had been a number of years since this particular group had assembled but the family unit overall wasn't terribly big.  In addition to family there was a steady … Continue reading Reconciled – Chapter 2 A trip down memory lane

Gratitude Day 10

So today has been a home day and I actually believe that home days - where you intentionally choose to steer clear of shops and outings - are vital to mental and physical wellbeing.  Now, I'm not naturally a home body. I love shopping, cafes, hustle and bustle, the vibe of a colourful and inspirational … Continue reading Gratitude Day 10

Gratitude Day 7 – Sometimes being grateful is bloody hard work

So I missed writing all together yesterday. Technically speaking today should be Day 8 but I'm stubborn. And a little OCD. Missing Day 7 just feels wrong 🙂 So why didn't I write yesterday? Let's just say it was a hard day and leave it at that, shall we? If you'd seen me I may … Continue reading Gratitude Day 7 – Sometimes being grateful is bloody hard work

Gratitude Day 4 – Treasure the Moments that Shape Us

Today I've been thinking about flexibility. No, not the gymnastic kind. Even though I am short enough for the sport, I remember watching open mouthed as my son's girlfriend, who is a dancer, casually pulled her leg up into the air so that her ankle was positioned next to her cheek. Good Lord! The kind … Continue reading Gratitude Day 4 – Treasure the Moments that Shape Us