How do you feel having answered last week’s questions? If you haven’t finished yet that’s Ok, this is not a race. (If you’re new here, we’re in the middle of a review as we want to be sure that our dreams are supporting us – you can read more in my previous blog). Let’s start by reviewing what you’ve already done by going back to the garden metaphor. By now you know what grew well & what didn’t, & which are the weeds. This week you’ll be pulling out weeds & unhealthy plants & getting the soil ready for new planting. Then next week you’ll consider what you might want your new garden to look like. So in terms of questions, this week is about letting go, considering who you are & what’s important to you. As I said last week feel free to answer all the questions or none & in the way which works best for you. However, by now we both know that those you’re resisting are those you need to give your time to. Shall we make a start? 1. What am I willing to let go of? Last week you identified some dreams that are no longer serving you; you understand how you’re stopping yourself & the price you’re paying for holding on. And here’s Cheryl Strayed’s quote again to remind you why you’re doing this. You’ve identified some dreams you’re completely ready to let go of & others that you might want to retain … Read moreWho am I & what have I learned?
It’s that time of year again, you’re going to be childless at Christmas & the feeling of dread is building. If you’re like I used to be, you’ll want to … Read moreChildless at Christmas: this is all you need
You know sometimes you get an email that brings everything to a stop for a few moments? That happened to me last week, I had an email from the Emma … Read moreThe 5 things I’ve learned coming to terms with childlessness