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thoughts from me to you
High standards

High standards

One of the biggest things I've committed to and have been navigating this last year or so is holding myself to a higher standard and to be the best version of myself that I can be. I guess this has been and will be a lifetime commitment for me, but this last year it...

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Choosing peace

Choosing peace

Whenever you feel activated, triggered, stressed or anxious, go instead and ask yourself, what feels most peaceful for me right now? Sounds simple, but if you give yourself a chance to really ask yourself this question and listen for the answer, it will guide you back...

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Act accordingly

Act accordingly

If you can imagine what you want and how you want to feel, you can also pay attention to the type of person you would need to experience that reality. How would that person feel about themselves? How would they think? How would they behave? What beliefs would they...

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Our egos

Our egos

Our egos are programmed to find something wrong. Whether it be the body part we don't love when we're on the beach, the place we live, how appreciated we feel at work or a relationship that just won't seem to heal, no matter how much work you do on it.Our egos are...

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Questions to ask yourself

Questions to ask yourself

Some important questions to continually reflect on:Can you be kind: to yourself, and others?Can you suspend your judgement: of yourself and others?Can you keep reaching for grace and love, whilst honouring all the other feelings?Can you show your heart, even if others...

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You’re not who you will be

You’re not who you will be

You will not be who you are now a year from now. You will not be who you are now tomorrow. We forget this. We make plans. We worry. We want to know what will happen, how we will get to where we want to be. We think where we want to be now, will be where we will want...

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Bereavement and beliefs

Bereavement and beliefs

Whilst I was training, I worked at a bereavement centre, counselling clients who had lost someone, often in traumatic circumstances, sometimes not. I have no preference as to what other people believe, but what I noticed was that those who believed in some form of...

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Perpetuating the cycle

Perpetuating the cycle

Sometimes our self-sabotaging relational patterns show up in the form of beautiful people - the perfect mixture of growth and comfort, all in one nicely wrapped package of synchronicity and chance meeting. It's so confusing, mixing up familiarity with healthy...

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Making friends

Making friends

Making friends as an adult can be really hard. I'm also not about to share with you my 3 best tips to help you. I don't have them, and I don't think it's as easy as that. As someone who's spent the majority of their 30s bouncing around countries and communities...

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