Posts Tagged ‘life’

Choose Life

Choose life. Choose to move forward, do something about whatever you don’t like instead of just constantly moaning about it. Choose resilience. Choose to remember that life is not fair. Choose to acknowledge that crap happens in life, and that you have to find a way to pick yourself up afterwards. Choose feeling positive, because […] Read more…

Brilliance in Blogging Awards

I am proud and delighted to have been shortlisted in the ‘Inspire’ category at the Brilliance in Blogging Awards, for the second year running! These awards are run by the blogging network BritMums. There are always thousands of entries across all the categories so to be named in the shortlist, as one of the 10 […] Read more…

Renewal

Fresh buds, New flowers, Bright colours, Spring brings hope renewed.   Fresh hope, New expectations, Bright positivity, A new season revitalises the soul.   Peel away the layers, Throw open your arms, Banish the darkness, Let the light revive us.   Look forward, See the abundance Of hope Of love Of joy – A renewal […] Read more…

Be The One That Finds The Gold

Be the one that finds the gold. What does that mean to you? Riches, maybe? A golden, blessed life where the streets are paved with gold? Perhaps you might have your cynical hat on and you are thinking “all that glitters is not gold”, meaning that not everything that looks good proves to be so. […] Read more…

Do We Remember Halloween is All About Death?

With Halloween being only a few days away, preparations are in full swing. Shops and social media feeds are full of are full of ghoulish food, costumes and decorations. A video about skeleton make-up (it was fabulous and very clever) that popped up on Instagram feed made me wonder: when we celebrate Halloween do we remember it’s all about death? While Halloween […] Read more…

You Can’t Pour From An Empty Cup

You can’t pour from an empty cup. Pretty obvious, right? In this context it’s a metaphor for making sure we take care of ourselves. Prioritising self-care, perceiving it as a necessity rather than as an indulgence. That’s because self-care is about self-preservation, not selfishness. We’re so often brought up to believe otherwise – putting others’ needs […] Read more…

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