Welcome back, how are you progressing? (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 blogs). To recap; over the past few weeks you’ve reviewed the garden of your dreams, identified what flourished & what didn’t, pulled out weeds & unhealthy plants & the soil is now ready for new planting. This week you’ll start to consider what your future garden might look like. I appreciate that last week I asked you to take BIG action. If you’ve done everything I asked, well done, & if you’ve made a start well done too. If you haven’t quite finished everything, that’s okay. I suggest you start dreaming, BUT please schedule time to finish letting go of old dreams. As I’ve said several times before, there will be no room for new dreams until you make space for them in the same way that new plants can only grow once you’ve pulled out those which are no longer thriving. You might be thinking that this is a lot of work especially in winter when you want to hibernate. Of course you don’t have to do any of this, you could continue as you are. Living in tune with your heart’s desire takes effort & you might prefer the easy way out. But before you decide to do that please take a few moments to answer this question: How would my … Read moreWhat does my heart want?
It’s Mother’s Day next week in the UK, every shop is full of it, there’s posters outside every restaurant and it seems like every aisle in the supermarket has present … Read moreWorried about Mother’s Day? Here are three things which will help.
Last week we were in a restaurant in Bulgaria where my husband was skiing and the song ‘Its a wonderful, wonderful life’ was played and I haven’t been able to … Read moreFour ways to improve your life as a childless woman
I’ve written previously about how being honest and open about my childlessness has changed my life for the better and how it means that for the first time in many … Read moreWhat’s swimming got to do with telling your story?
Happy New Year and Congratulations for surviving Christmas and New Year. Did you have a great time or was it a struggle? Are you looking forward to the year ahead … Read moreWhat are you going to do differently this year?
Over the past few weeks I’ve written tips on how to deal with the family coming at Christmas and how to use pass the parcel to get through parties and … Read moreThe most important thing you can do over Christmas
You’re dreading going to the Christmas ‘do’ at work because you know that everyone will be talking about their children or grandchildren and you feel inadequate because you can’t join … Read moreDreading the work Christmas ‘do’? View it as a game of pass the parcel
So Christmas is only a few weeks away and you’re already feeling stressed. Everywhere you go there’s Christmas music, and every time you turn on the TV all you see … Read moreFamily coming to stay at Christmas? Here are 3 things you can do to take control
Here is a guest post by a good friend, Hazel Hodge. Hazel is an inspiration, like many of us it took her a long time to come to terms with … Read moreGuest post – Making a Difference in Botswana
A few days ago I came across this quote ‘It is never too late to be what you might have been’ by George Eliot and, whilst I love it as … Read moreIt’s never too late: 4 steps to become who you want to be
I had a different blog post ready to go live today, but twice in the last week I’ve really laughed which made me realise the importance of laughter in healing … Read moreTwo ways laughter helps you heal, four ways to bring more into your life, and an outtake
I imagine that you’re struggling to find the link between those three apparently random things so I’m going to let you out of your misery straight away and tell you … Read moreWhat’s the link between a cloak, a sprained ankle and a rainbow?
I’ve mentioned the wonderful Pamela Mahoney Tsigdinos and her book on my resources page and I’m delighted to let you know of two events that she’s involved in which will … Read moreSelling the Fantasy of Fertility and ‘The Cycle: Living A Taboo’