Death has never been something I was afraid of. To me it has always meant peace and stillness. They say people who have had near death experiences are never really afraid of death because they have been close and realize it isn’t to be feared. My flight to Sydney on Friday experienced the most intense
To the men in my life – I apologise and thank you- I apologize that you haven’t been able to feel the real me. I apologise that because of the violence I’ve experienced by other men I kept you at a distance. I apologise that when you wanted to connect with me I flinched. I
This quote has become my mantra of late. As some of you may know I attended the National Achievers Congress run by Success Resources in Brisbane. Which included speakers such as Tony Robbins, Turia Pitt, Michelle Bridges, Naomi Stinson, JT Foxx, Greg Secker, Scott Harris, James Gilshenan and also Jason Tyne as MC for the
2016 was the year I found me, the new me if you will. It’s the year I started doing the things I had only dreamed of previously. I signed up and completed a Habitats for Humanity home. I traveled for 3 weeks in America being the child that I never had the chance to be.
As I scroll through my Facebook memories I always see the inspirational quotes and statements I used to share. And all the people who would comment saying they loved my positivity or how reading that status changed their day or a myriad of other statements that were in support of what I was doing. Yet
After attending last years RnB Friday’s concert at the Eaton’s Hill Hotel I was happy to hear it was moved to a larger venue this year and with a line-up that made me excited to relive my teenage years. While I was traveling to the concert, dotted along the roads were people reliving their 90s