The World is dealing with the unknown. We are all dealing with the unknown. Coronavirus, or COVID-19, is taking us on a journey we have never experienced before, certainly not in our lifetimes. Ultimately we are having to deal with change on a huge scale. Change causes fear and fear causes responses in ourselves and … Continue reading A World Changing Course – Entering The Unknown
You would be forgiven for thinking this is a Valentine's Day post given the title I've chosen. Please rest assured it's not. It's a continuation of my musings about acceptance being the gateway to a new life. Acceptance is not a sad resignation, it's the pathway to peace, happiness and freedom from prolonged grief. For me … Continue reading Old Loves, New Loves
How often do you tell yourself " I should be doing such and such" or " I'd better do this or that" ? We all do it. It's like we are programmed from birth to constantly have a catalogue of "should do, must do, better do", all filed in the front of our minds for … Continue reading “I Should, I Better, I Have To” …..No, You Really Don’t!!
How do you continue to live life to the full when your health limits everything you do? How do you cope with waiting for a reprieve in symptoms when the reality is, no reprieve is coming? I’m not going to say there are easy answers to these questions because there definitely are not. It’s hard. … Continue reading A Full And Fulfilled Chronic Illness Life
As a New Year arrives it’s usual to think about the year ahead and set goals, both for your personal and business life, and perhaps plan holidays or other adventures. I did that for years. It’s summer in Australia and generally Christmas to the end of January, is known as the holiday season. Schools are … Continue reading The Dreaded New Year Question….Do You Have Plans?
It's New Years Eve. 2020 is literally around the corner! A new year awaits. Will it be a good year, a difficult year, a happy year, a sad year? One thing is certain, none of us really know. As I look back over my life, every year has had highs and lows. Mostly my life … Continue reading You Don’t Have To See The Whole Staircase
"Tis the season to be jolly, fa la la la la, la la la la" 🎵🎶 Is it? Do you feel jolly or do you feel exhausted, stressed? Do you feel overwhelmed by your chronic illness, which refuses to understand Christmas is fast approaching, and you really could do with feeling healthy for the festive … Continue reading Creating Comfort And Joy At Christmas