The HUGE benefits of taking time out

It’s been a few weeks since I last wrote a blog post. I wanted to write today, to let you know, I’m still here, and, I’m still very much committed to what I’m doing here. I just needed to give myself the gift of some time and space over the past few weeks, to, well… to simply by with myself.

There’s two things that have popped up in my awareness over that time. I’m now in the process of exploring them both… deeper, more, further…  I’ll be talking more about them as we go forward from here.

It all feels very exciting!

In short, being really brief, and to give you just a flavour for now… the first thing is this…

‘BEING NESS’ It’s seems ever more, that the way many people are chosing to live, is through making their ‘being ness’ a priority, rather than what many of us have done a lot in the past, which is to look ‘out there’, or to external and materialistic things to bring us happiness, peace, love, joy. Continue reading

The 3 Keys to Unlocking Your True Happiness and Deep Fulfilment – Part 1

This is the first in a series of 3 blog posts that I wrote last year. It’s SO vital, that we, as women, remember these 3 things, that I’ve decided to re-post “The 3 keys to Unlocking Your True Happiness and Fulfilment”, starting here with The 1st Key. I hope you enjoy!

The 1st Key

“Taking super good care of yourself” Continue reading

The power of making an agreement in your relationship, and what that means

Here, in the UK, we are seeing the first signs of Autumn, as the leaves turn their beautiful shades of russet and gold. I was so inspired by the clear blue sky and the promise of some October sunshine this morning that I decided to take myself outside into the park before I started my day’s activities.

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As I walked, I felt an enormous appreciation that I CAN just simply decide that I will take a walk before I start work each day. I’m not tied to getting on a train or in a car in the hustle and bustle of rush hour, and, to having to be at a certain place, at a certain time, to do my work.

That freedom and flexibility comes, in part, out of an agreement I have with my husband, about the way we live our lives. Our agreement is that he goes to work every day in his business, and that I do my work at a time and place I choose. That means, if I choose, I can go for a walk in the morning.

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