Tag: facilitator

What I learnt being makeup and alcohol free

In 2019 I did the year Makeup free and also alcohol free. So many times I was told I was crazy. I was often asked why? My why was that I had noticed I was starting to use Makeup as a crutch and didn’t feel good without it so I wanted to challenge myself to

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How to live your life fulfilled

My life is out of this world these days. Friendships are magical. Sex is on fire. My home is my safe space. And what changed to make it all like this? Oh, only everything. I would love to say nothing happened. Life just got great. But I would be lying. I’ve traversed the depths of

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Becoming a facilitator

Recently I spent 8 months working towards being the most epic facilitator that if I had met somewhere along in my journey I would be so grateful to have enter my life. This wasn’t another thing to add to my qualifications. This was the one my soul led me to. The one like no other

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My Own Eulogy

Before we die, I will have roamed where the wild things are, I will have loved in all the spaces I was afraid to love, I will have lived by my own rules and broken those rules over and over again, I will have healed and broken and healed and broken again realising I was

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I thought my weight mattered

When my hubby first started showing interest in me I thought he was crazy. I thought I was too fat for him. Why would he want a fat brunette when he has a skinny blonde hanging around. And I know so many women have had similar thoughts to this in relation to similar things in

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Stretch marks are normal

I’ve seen all the creams and surgeries and tips on getting rid of my stretch marks. And yes I have tried many of them myself. I’ve now also spent a long time loving my stretch marks and the way they sit on my body. I love the dimples, I love the colours, I love what

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Strength and power doesn’t always roar

“Argh that’s enough” I exclaimed as I held my hands up in the stop symbol. I stood there in the middle of the room not saying a word after that. There had been yelling, blaming, retaliating happening. But as I stood there in my quiet power the anger dissipated. Most people in my presence will

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The Martyr Mask

Humans have massive savior complexes – myself included. Think about it – how often have you thought ‘I could have done more for them’ Or I haven’t done enough Or I’ve failed them Or… I could go on for days with these suggestions. I think the martyr complex, probably goes back to learning about Jesus

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Guidance, knowing or avoiding responsibility?

The minute you think you know is the minute you know nothing. You have beliefs. Beliefs that you have a right to, just as everyone else has a right to theirs. NONE of us unequivocally know what is happening right now. Even if God himself has told you what is happening you are a human

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