Phoenix just landed on my doorstep!!!

This just happened - Phoenix just landed on my doorstep and I couldn’t be more excited. They look incredible and it’s so awesome to finally have real paperbacks in my hands. Get Your Copy Now! Want a copy? Now is the time to get yours as I only printed 50 copies and they’re already selling … Continue reading Phoenix just landed on my doorstep!!!

Schedule Power Down Sessions to Silence the Voice of Guilt

As part of Mental Health Month, I will be sharing more on what my day to day life can be like as a Christian living with Bipolar 2 Disorder, Generalised Anxiety and Panic Disorder.

I hope to uncover some real life battles that go on and how I am learning to manage the onslaught, fight the battle and come out stronger in my faith and my wellbeing.

Why do we procrastinate knowing full well the fallout?

I had a list. It was to do this week. In fact, it was to do Monday. Then Tuesday, Wednesday... you get the drift. I got a few things done but not all. And I ate way less frogs than I probably should have too. I just couldn't get things together this week. My usual … Continue reading Why do we procrastinate knowing full well the fallout?

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

The daily swings explained: understanding a Cyclothymic mind. 

***UPDATE*** I've finally had a formal assessment for my mental health. Even though I feel the jury is still out on Cyclothymia, my psychiatrist has confirmed the original diagnosis of Bipolar 2, Generalised Anxiety Disorder and Panic Disorder.  To be honest, I am not worried. I am still 'relearning' about Bipolar 2 and how it differs from Cyclothymia, and … Continue reading The daily swings explained: understanding a Cyclothymic mind. 

In order for the new to awaken, the old must die

If you've read any of my posts in the past you may already be aware of my journey with mental illness and know that for many years I have managed my life as best as I can when you have a mental illness and have relied on God's love, healing and help and the support … Continue reading In order for the new to awaken, the old must die

Reconciled Chapter 4. The Ultimate Distraction

If you’ve not read from the beginning, you can start here. Thomas Garfield, or otherwise known as Red to his family and everyone in Wagga Wagga where he grew up, didn’t consider himself to be too tall, for the right girl, of course, and knew that his lopsided grin had a habit of throwing him … Continue reading Reconciled Chapter 4. The Ultimate Distraction

Why I’m Not Monetising My Blog

There's been something on my mind over the past week and I have to discuss it. As I've been getting my new book, Becoming You, ready for sale, I've been thinking about monetisation, blogging, affiliations and the like and I realised that I needed to draw a line in the sand, that for me, would … Continue reading Why I’m Not Monetising My Blog