My amazing partner and I find ourselves regularly having deep late night discussions about the world; what's happening in it, what do we want to do about it, and one thing that has popped up for almost years is: that we don't just want to live through life, we want to experience it, we want … Continue reading The O.E: Finding our higher purpose.
Finally, I have started to germinate some seeds to begin my first proper vegetable garden, as of yet nothing fancy, which suits me to a tee. Some courgette seeds, spinach, basil to name a few. I never knew how beautiful the seeds of plants could be, how entrancing they can look! The seed of spinach, … Continue reading Garden banter – Dream come true.
Here's to it; the start of an amazing adventure, finding ways to do our part for this glorious mother earth, to give back all she has given to us. It feels good, finally coming to the realization that this is a path I must take. But where do I start? How do we become an … Continue reading Step 1 – What is step 1?
I have always had a hate/love relationship with myself and my body. I've always been highly inconsistent, extremely critical and self-deprecating, even if it may often seem more inward. It's one thing I've never really enjoyed talking about because it hits a soft spot in the emotional region. I'm trying to constantly reinforce a positive … Continue reading Thankful Thursday: How to love your mind, body and soul
I've been very fortunate in this life. Whenever I have been through bad times it's been a prequel to an opening of joy and positivity. But the one thing I was previously never open to was timing. Timing was always off, at least I made it seem that way within myself. But for the first … Continue reading Gratitude 2 – Companion
The day my son was placed upon my chest and into my arms, I felt LIFE. The newest and most pure essence of our life force. So young, so quintessentially innocent, yet resonating with radiant energy. We all, as parents go through this in our own way. We see this from different points, at different … Continue reading How bittersweet this contrast.
As we grow our children and into our role as mothers, both physically and spiritually, we are constantly bombarded with advice and judgements. If a mother chooses to breastfeed her child in public she's bombarded with criticism, when a mother chooses to formula feed her child she's also bombarded with criticism. The single most unfortunate … Continue reading Stigmas of a Mother