Tag: longreads

The parenting stage no one talks about

I have reached a stage in my parenting journey that no one ever talks about. No one writes books saying this is how it’s done for this stage. Pregnancy, babies, toddlers, children, even teens are written about. But no one talks about the transition from being the parent raising a child to being a parent

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21 Day Vow of Silence

It’s been 21 days since I spoke a conscious word. Wow. I say conscious because there were a few times words slipped out without me even realizing. A few of those times were speaking to my cat and another few were swear words 😂 Heck even at the retreat I went to last year we

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The Surrender Experiment

Next time you want to say No, consider saying Yes. Because you just never know where it may lead you. Surrender has this beautiful way of giving you what you deeply need underneath what you think you want. Reading The Surrender Experiment by Michael A Singer has me thinking about the times in my life

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My 7 Day Water Fast

Now before I go any further I want to let you know that I have been water fasting since 2018 so I didn’t jump into this to follow a fad and I didn’t do it to lose weight. I have an amazing relationship with my body and I am learning more and more how to

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Marriage, upgrades and growth

My marriage has recently been going through another upgrade and it hasn’t been fun. Or easy. But then it never is, is it? Both my hubby and I have had tremendous growth over the last couple of years and we finally reached a stalemate again. Neither of us had been willing to budge. If you

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The Bridge to Myself

You know what’s funny? After Africa I came home feeling like a new person. I had so much growth and learnt so much about myself. Who would have known how much more there could be? I came home wanting to be in my authentic truth. I wanted to live my life without my past holding

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Africa – My Greatest Teacher

I randomly booked a volunteer trip to Tanzania, which is one of Africa’s destinations that has a large number of activities for tourists Such as Mt Kilimanjaro, Serengeti National Park, Norongoro Crater and the beautiful beaches of Zanzibar and has generally remained untouched by the rivalries and political upheavals that other neighbors have. I had

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Feel the fear and do it anyway

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

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If you are breathing, you are living

“You feel so calm, your heart is beating slower” my husband said to me this morning. That is the result of my self-love and breath work workshop I participated in yesterday. The workshop kept popping up in my feed for weeks and for once instead of just jumping in like I tend to do I

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