Tag: self love

Finding yourself again

On the surface it seems an odd idea that you could actually be anything other than who you really are. But from the time we can talk, we’re being programmed to “fit in”. We find ourselves conforming in order to please the people we love, and who love us. But sometimes that means that you

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Don’t feel guilty

This morning I found myself feeling guilty for the amount of happiness in my life currently. How ridiculous is that? I did not think I had any remnants of tall poppy syndrome left but alas I apparently do. I found myself thinking I literally have nothing that has me feeling sad right now. There is

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What is your destiny?

What did you want to do as a child? Remember how it felt to fully believe that you could be an astronaut, the President or Prime Minister, an Academy Award winning Actress, an Olympian, or if you are like myself – a makeup artist? Helen Keller made this suggestion to people as they worked towards

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Is there something wrong with me?

Sometimes I question if there is something wrong with me. I witness other peoples actions and wonder why I can’t do the same. I literally don’t know how to. I can’t say things if they aren’t true for me. I can’t feel things that I don’t feel. I can’t unsee what I can see. My

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A healthy brain is a happy brain

For todays post I want to share with you, my 3 top tips to look after your brain. The brain is one of those organs in the body that we can tend to forget when it comes to fitness. Ask yourself – “Have you neglected the grey matter for too long?” If so, these tips

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Are expectations creating your life?

“Nobody succeeds beyond his or her wildest expectations unless he or she begins with some wild expectations.” Ralph Charell What are your expectations for your life? Are you excited about your future or are you facing it with apprehension and fear? For most people the future holds too many uncertainties and the fear of what

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Teen thoughts could have ruined my life

I’ll never forget the day, as a 15 year old, that I told my family I hated them and I wanted to get a gun and shoot them all. I wanted to die and I wanted to take everyone with me. Carrying remnants of a war between families that dated back to the early settlers

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When there is focus there can be clarity

All of us will know that photographs are clearer when they are in focus. When they are out of focus, they are blurry and indistinct and you need to retake the shot. How many times have you been disappointed by the result when the focus was off in the past with a camera when we

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Teaching our children respect

You teach your children how to be respectful by respecting them. They are humans. Not your little robot to control. I caused a trigger for a young woman the other week for saying I don’t smack my kids and that boundaries and respect can be taught without resorting to hitting them, in response to a

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Deep reflection of the life I’ve called in

Sitting here in deep reflection. This life that is happening for me and to me that I have called in. Sometimes it scares me but mostly it inspires me. The sisterhood that I have holding me now is beyond words. The deep reverence and honour we have for each other and the people we desire

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