BEING MUM

Today I really enjoyed being Mum. I had a mental day, very busy, juggling lots of things as usual, but there were a few very special moments with Finn that made me stop, take a breath and realise how lucky I am to be his mum. I also had a deeper understanding what it was like

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BIG PAT ON BACK

Today I was reminded how important it is to stop and recognise what you are achieving. It’s another tool which helps me stay in conscious awareness. In balance.   I’ve been feeling rather off the last few days, wondering what this life of mine is all about. Not like me. And I do still blame

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VIDEO EXPERIMENT

I have been feeling rather flat and moody the last few days and haven’t been able to put my finger on the reason why until I flicked open a magazine this-morning to an article about SAD – Seasonal Affective Disorder. Clearly I am in need of sunshine! Growing up in Australia means I expect a

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FINE TO FABULOUS

You may remember that I ran a workshop recently called ‘Fine To Fabulous’ with Jennie HK (pictured with me above). Well, quite a large chunk of the workshop involved the women in the group defining where their dissatisfaction lay and what they would commit to doing in order to improve that area of their life. One

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WISHING CHAIR

  On my Bag List is, ‘read Finn books which I loved as a girl’. A nice win-win. It will be fun to read a few pages every night together and I will love the chance to re-visit my childhood. Today I decided to get away from my desk (which is my kitchen table!) and go

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SEND ME AN ANGEL!

I had lunch with a colleague in London today. She asked me how I was and I explained I was uncomfortable and restless. Change must be afoot because I am feeling incredibly chaotic. I have started meditating more because my spirit is telling me I need to. It helps the chaos and overwhelm. But, I

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99 YEARS YOUNG

  I called my Grandad in Australia this-morning. He immigrated from the UK just before I was born meaning he has lived in Australia just over a third of his life. So strictly speaking, he is more a Brit than an Aussie except for the fact that he will not leave the house without his Akubra

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A BIG DECISION

  I woke up this morning knowing I had to make a big decision today. I felt the weight of the decision and I didn’t feel confident at all about making it. No-one could give me the answer. I just had to do what felt right.   I have been part-time contracting in the City

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SUNDAY LUNCH

  Something I love about living in the UK is the tradition of having a roast dinner on Sunday afternoon. On my Bag List is a desire to cook more often and try new recipes as well as spend more quality time with special friends. On a Sunday, the two very neatly go hand-in-hand. So, I

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Do you dare to love yourself?

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If you are willing to drop your self-sabotaging conditioning, stop listening to the voice of self doubt and exhausting yourself with emotional gymnastics, then your mighty life awaits!

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