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Learning

I've discovered what might be the key to why writing has been so very very difficult for the past 6 years. Yes, the loss and recapture of...

Release

Sometimes it seems things come in multiples. This time it might be a series of good things? Maybe? Last week I wrote about my complicated...

How much? More.

Head's up: this post's going to dive into personal psychology and mental health and recovery rather than writing stuff - although it's...

Swimmingly

I didn't realize it had been so long since my last blog update; that's a little disappointing. I'd been on a bit of a roll there for a...

A little celebration

Looking after your mental health is such a fascinating journey. The more you heal, the more differently you relate to yourself. This...

Dawning Understanding

I missed posting anything last weekend - the first time in a while. I've had things at work taking a up a lot more brain space than...

The Body Remembers

I had a fantastic day yesterday - my brother and his family were up for a visit on their way through and I was haulled around a dinosaur...

Aging Gracefully

I absolutely adore my grey hairs. I'm proud of them. I've earned each and every one of them. They're nature's way of gilding my edges -...

Not much to report

This is one of those weeks where I sit down to update my blog and ... nothing comes to mind. It's annoying. Usually I have lots to say....

Retreat Takeaways

That cabin was exactly what I needed. There was so much silence that, by the first morning, it felt like pressure on my eardrums and I...

Feeding your spirit

It's funny how stress affects us. I'm not just talking about bad stress, it can be good stress, too. But the way in which stress...

Personal Retreat

I once heard someone say that spiritual self-care required an interval-based approach to cover all the bases. A daily ritual A weekly...

Gratitude

I have a pattern. I become so caught up with "getting through" each week that I don't check in with myself until the weekend - which...

Shifting Gears

Learning how to listen to your body is a whole big thing. Just when I feel like I'm doing pretty good, I realise I don't know as much as...

Relearning my own Voice

The most common analogy I've used for my writing difficulties has been that a dragon stole my voice - if you've been following my blog...

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