Understanding my why

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On 17th October 2017, I set myself the challenge that I would finally, for once and for all, learn Ludovico Einaudi’s piece ‘Una Mattina’ which I set out to do last year but didn’t quite get to as I hadn’t made it high enough a priority in my life. With the benefit of hindsight, I also realise that I wasn’t fully in tune (no pun intended) with what my reasons for this goal were either, hence why I found it so difficult to make it a priority because I didn’t realise it’s importance.

When it gets hard to see your Light

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A few weeks ago I seemed to have been taken over by some emotional…’blurgh’…that’s the only word I can think of to describe it! I really felt so lost, confused, upset, tired. All of this is completely normal when you’re trying redesign your life so I’ve been told. But there was something uncomfortably comfortable about that feeling, it would have been far too easy to turn around and run back in the other direction towards what I knew before or just stay right there in my upset. I was starting to lose sight of my light and I needed a guide…

Ode to a skinny girl

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Nyepi Day (day of silence) out here in Bali was extremely powerful for me. Being in the silence allowed a lot to rise to the surface, in particular this article. Intensely personal and more than anything a letter to myself but as with everything I’ve written up until to this point, I was compelled to share, just in case I could be of Service in some way…

For years I have been labelled a ‘skinny’ woman. In today’s society people seem to have a problem with us, especially when many of us don’t choose to be this way. Here is my, often unsung, plight of the skinny girl but I feel this song goes much further than just this body type alone. We live in a society that loves to label and people don’t often understand the emotional, long standing repercussions of this. We’re all so much more than this and this is why