Tag: Motherhood

I was that person

It saddens me when I see people celebrating how they don’t let anyone in. Or they are done with humans/men/women. It saddens me because I was that person. It saddens me because I still fight that programming sometimes. The thoughts of should I be sharing in this connection or will they just leave me like

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How could she possibly understand?

Why is she educating people on body image issues? She has the perfect body. Flat stomach, perky boobs, long legs what could she possibly have learnt about overcoming body image issues? Yep those are the thoughts that sometimes go through my head, or have in the past. Because all the people I saw sharing about

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Empty nest and Self Love

This morning I said to a friend my kids are on school holidays so I’m more free with my time since I don’t have to worry about drop off or pick up. Then I realized it’s singular now – I have a child at school, not plural. My children are growing up. My oldest just

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Abortion – My body, My choice.

All this talk of abortion has me feeling so many things. I know many women feel guilt and shame around having had an abortion. I mean after all you only have to see what’s going on in the media right now to realize why that is happening. Some women never talk about their abortion for

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Leaning into me

If you are facing off against your shit storm then you are in a minority as the majority of people won’t. Today for our last live call in the Hustle with Heart program we had an amazing call with Emily Gallagher from Conscious Boss and wow (I think that’s my favourite word at the moment!

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Boss Society 2018

Surround yourself with those who inspire you and force you to level up. It’s something we often hear but who actually takes heed? I’m always looking to be surrounded by people chasing their dreams and goals. Not only because it inspires me but also because it forces me to look at myself and what I

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2018 New me? Not likely

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.

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