If you are taking a selfie, you are confident in how you look and feel good about it. Great! If you share your selfie on social media you are telling everyone else that you are confident in how you look and feel good about it. Marvellous! Now I understand why some people find this behaviour… Continue reading I support your #selfie and here’s why…
Musings (from a family funeral) on identity and why it’s important to us
“Winter is hard for me” I’ve been saying this to myself since about 2004 and out loud to others for the past 3 or 4 years. Losing mum in November 2009 didn’t help me get better at handling the winter nights but it certainly wasn’t the beginning. Throughout the year I’m an early riser, getting shit… Continue reading “Winter is hard for me”
Trying new things has never been my problem. Getting started is never my problem. Seeing things through to the end sadly often is. When I first started working with my coach, I brought this up: “I love working with you, you’re so up for it! Always ready to throw yourself into things” “That’s never been… Continue reading Quiet time
This is a bit of a mini rant. I recently realised that I’ve clocked 90 hours of extra travel time for one of the contracts I’m working on. Counting up the days I officially work for them this is actually equivalent to over a 3rd extra on top of my hours. Not ideal. It occurred… Continue reading Count your hours
I saw this on Facebook and it’s moved me to share. Mob mentality is such a dangerous, addictive and contagious thing and so difficult to stand up to. Both of these stories are really inspiring and teach us so much.
My latest post for The High Tea Cast explores the idea of having a life plan: At 16 I had a plan. At least I thought I did, but it was a safe plan because there were so many easy ways out for me. I didn’t really have to see it through and there were… Continue reading Do you have a plan?