My sister and I often talk about living without mum. Since losing our mum in 2015, we’ve had quite a period of adjustment. We each used to talk to mum at least once or twice a week, but it wasn’t uncommon
I’ve wanted to write this piece for a long time now. But I’ve not been able to start until right this moment – when I simply had to write it as it was… well, it was ready to come out. Right
As mother’s day approaches, the media is flooded with messages of ‘thank mum for this’ and ‘thank mum for that’. But why are we thanking mums rather than just helping them? It’s not that I don’t think mums should be thanked (you
Ever felt like you just had to let something out but you weren’t quite sure how? That’s where I’m at right now. Desperately feeling desperate but not sure what I’m desperate for. Confused, alone, tired and constantly on the verge
Sitting here, watching cockatoos fly past in mobs, my dog at my feet and hearing the sounds of my husband and child chat happily, one could be forgiven for thinking today was just a normal, lovely Sunday morning at home.
It’s April already – what?! Where did that quarter go?! I’ve been quiet on the blog lately but plenty has been happening behind the scenes. With a brand new website, a brand new sleep program, personal challenges and the biggest
Hearing of a ‘Mother of the Year’ award with criteria that made me cringe, I decided to write my own criteria that is a bit more realistic and raw…
I was talking to a lovely friend today about the Myers Briggs Personality Typing. Is it beneficial to be labelled and boxed into an identity?
The day I was born, when my father held me as I screamed he said ‘this one’s a tiger’. Impressed by my lung capacity and feisty nature on day 1…
One beautiful soul who changed this world. Not through fame, not through fortune. You changed this world by being the change…