Poetry is feedback for the world... Recently I had a lovely barbecue at a dear friend's house. It was a fantastic day, delicious food, laughter, supportive chats and honesty over lunch. During this day I was joyfully surprised with an interaction from a young spirit whom inspired my creativity. The cherished moment was shared when … Continue reading Poetry… How I Have Missed You.
Have you ever taken a leap of faith? Well my husband and I have just made one for our family! We have sold in NSW and bought in QLD in the space of 24hrs. Crazy right? Spontaneous? Adventurous? Impulsive? Well actually it was a year coming... Last March in 2017, a good friend K (a … Continue reading Leap of Faith
So the sign above is my main objective for the next six months. It is on my vision board! Now as I type this, I can envision my good friends B & S laughing. Why? A couple of months ago we were having a girl's catch up over dinner. Our laughter somehow turned into a … Continue reading LOVE, FAMILY, LAUGHTER
It is time for a therapeutic blog confession. Let's talk about BF MOM (before facing my own mortality), I watched hours and hours of trashy television. Yes, I own it! Name a trashy television reality show and I was a fan. Dance Moms, The Bachelor, Melbourne Housewives, Married at First Sight and Keeping Up with … Continue reading My Television Romance
t Welcome to your third step in becoming a mindful, motivated minimalist. This is a weekly exercise that will take an hour of your time on a Sunday evening. By following the steps you will be able to mindfully create a weekly vegetarian meal plan with organic groceries within your budget. I have found by eliminating processed … Continue reading Step 3:Motivated Minimalist
Welcome to your second step in becoming a mindful, motivated minimalist. This is a daily exercise that takes considerable energy and time however it will change your body and mind forever. It is worth it... Firstly, find a quiet spot to meditate and be still. It may be with a cup of tea in the … Continue reading Step 2: Motivated Minimalist
I have been taught since a young child to eat healthy foods, exercise and rest. So why do I find every possible way to rebel against my nutritional truth? Well before my awakening: I ate conveniently, cooking what I thought was healthy quick meals (the Australian way of meat and two veg) and excusing the … Continue reading Energy, Time & Materialism