Monthly Archives: August 2011

Facing fears


Today I took the family to the Climbing centre. We were in Wales starting to celebrate my fortieth birthday and I thought it would be good to push my limits and try something that usually scares me. It was great … Continue reading

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Putting a brave face


Sometimes putting a brave face works wonders. I have recently been camping in the rain, stuck in a tent with the children, setting it up whilst getting wet, on a campsite with only basic facilities. I put a brave face … Continue reading

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What was all that travelling for?


This has to be one of the busiest summers I have ever had. I have been abroad, travelled within the UK several times and I am about to set off again on a short journey. Many of us travel during … Continue reading

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Perfect moment


Some moments taste like chocolate, some like strawberries and cream, others feel like the dew on the grass in the morning or like the sunset at night. Each moment is unique and precious, each moment has a feel, a taste, … Continue reading

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Do what feels right for you


It is said that the student chooses the master not the other way around. Similarly a  healer might look at different healing modalities and choose the ones that feel closer to her heart or that flow easier. There are a huge range … Continue reading

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Juggling responsibilities


I let someone down today. I had two choices to make, either please a friend or my children and I am afraid that my children took preference but I do feel bad because I let my friend down by cancelling … Continue reading

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Friend in need (2)


My friend asked me how did I get out of a rut. She said to me that she was completely blocked through years of not expressing herself and that she felt permanently sad. That touched me, it is so sad … Continue reading

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