Walking into 2022 with Guts, Grace and Gratitude: 12 Lessons we all Need

Happy New Year! My latest published piece. One of my biggest learnings I have had is that I’m the only one who can trap myself- put myself in a cage. And I am the only one who holds the key to set myself free. A life without authenticity, passion, truth and soul, really isn’t aContinue reading “Walking into 2022 with Guts, Grace and Gratitude: 12 Lessons we all Need”

Three Years Ago, I jumped without a safety net

Three years ago exactly to this day, I packed up my stuff, and left the only life I had ever known. It was a huge decision, which did not come without pain, fear, uncertainty and loss. It meant really hard conversations. It meant hurting someone I loved and cared about. It meant a new realityContinue reading “Three Years Ago, I jumped without a safety net”

Moving Forward Does Mean Looking Backwards- Finding the right healing modality

All healing modalities have their place but you need to be aware of where you are on your journey and what specifically you want to achieve. I have done a few different healing modalities on my journey, which have both helped immensely and have also provided me knowledge to take into my own practise. OneContinue reading “Moving Forward Does Mean Looking Backwards- Finding the right healing modality”

Woman Unchained- I am already Free

There’s been so much talk about freedom of late. A “Freedom Day”, something so foreign to me in a supposedly free and democratic society. We have been in and out of lockdowns, unable to see loved ones or partake in life’s usual activities, since the start of this Pandemic. And what these lockdowns have shownContinue reading “Woman Unchained- I am already Free”

Who Packs Your Parachute?

Charles Plumb was a US navy pilot, who flew 75 successful missions, before he was shot down. He ejected and parachuted into enemy territory, where he was captured and spent 6 years in prison. Many years later, having survived, he was out to dinner when approached by a man who recognised him. Startled he askedContinue reading “Who Packs Your Parachute?”

It’s Not Goodbye. It’s See You Later

The words captured on this photo, written by my son tonight. Today we lost a generous and kind human being. A husband; a father; a friend; a poppy. A man who enjoyed the simple things in life. An Aussie larrikin, who was always there to lend a hand. Today at 2pm, my father in lawContinue reading “It’s Not Goodbye. It’s See You Later”