The healing journey: what it means to heal

And this is what is most important about the healing journey. You don't receive a certificate in the post, congratulating you on your efforts. It's in the small things, doing your food shopping without anxiety, calling a friend when you feel triggered, practicing self-care when you'd usually spiral. This is how we know the work we're doing is working. We're breaking down old coping mechanisms and cycles, and creating something that feels better in its place.

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Leave No Woman Behind

To say I am a Woman's Woman is an understatement. I live and breathe and speak sisterhood at every given opportunity. I do. It's at the core of everything I do and everything I want to do. But I'm realising I was misguided for some time. I was eager to inspire the female community and I thought that meant I had to dictate. I thought I had to preach, to instruct, to tell my sisters what they needed to do. But I've got it wrong, so wrong. Now I realise the best thing I can do to help any…

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Can you afford Personal Development?

If you're committed to being the best you can be and need the guidance of a Personal Coach, what happens when you can't afford the fee? A few months ago I attended a women's networking event. It wasn't one I'd been to before but I went anyway, because I love talking to other like-minded women and learning something new. The line-up of speakers shared stories of overcoming adversity, detailing their failures and the journey towards success. It was quite inspirational and worth every bit of the £15 ticket I paid to attend. It's been said to me a few…

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Are we creating without fear?

I feel like I've spent most of 2018 with fear in my mouth. Negativity invading my language, anxiety intruding on my thoughts, and fear interrupting my affirmations. I'm a writer, yes, published a few books, yes, studied a writing degree, yes, consulted with various creatives on content creation and personal branding, yes, good at this stuff, ABSOLUTELY, so why am I holding back? Creativity used to pour out of me. I used to feel so inspired, I'd stay up until dawn, writing books, stories and poetry. When I was in touch with myself and my creativity, my writing became my…

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