High On Life

High On Life

I look in the mirror and feel a little horrified by the foreign shape looking back. I used to be fit, toned, highly active; obsessed with the number of runs I had achieved, the number of hours I had worked out, the value on the scales. Many years, and two kids later, I stand in front of my reflection and pause for an honest moment for the first time in a very long time...

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Dinner For One?

Dinner For One?

Being comfortable in my own skin is something I have never completely mastered. I've come a long way but I realised something the other day after pondering the fact that my husband and I struggle to see eye to eye on this concept –he is fabulously independent...

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A Soul Wildly Beautiful

A Soul Wildly Beautiful

What is the goal? What are the words that will be written on your tombstone? What legacy do you want to leave behind?

All the fussing about how we look, how we feel, what we have, as we try and approach a sense of beauty, or even the fuss about how our lives look...

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Set Them Free

Set Them Free

It is one thing to seek freedom for our own life; to let go of things holding us back. But it is on a whole new level of maturity, dignity and integrity to be able to take full responsibility for our own happiness, releasing people from any expectations we hold over them –to set them free. True freedom is actually about other people.

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Set Free

Set Free

I have been seeing a phycologist. I am definitely not afraid to admit it... But I am afraid to admit what I learnt recently.

I went to her to try and work through some grief, a few fears & a great sadness that hit hard after my family went through several tragedies, one being an ongoing battle for little Evie's life (my 3-year-old niece)...

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