I like to tell myself that I am essentially the same person I was 7 months ago, but the truth is: I am a vastly different human to who I was. I now know selflessness, how it truly feels to put another being's needs before my own. The biggest change seems to be my thought … Continue reading Motherhood – How it’s changed me.
Home is where the heart lies, where family resides; a place that captures a part of our soul. Pieces of my essence are scattered throughout, along with my partners and now, our son. Family and friends adorn the walls or just placed where we can gaze upon them and smile, remembering a time when that … Continue reading Gratitude 6 – This place called home
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
Picking up where I left off yesterday, I thought it made a lot of sense to resume the Gratitude Challenge that I had commit myself to. I wanted to do this so I would reflect over the beautiful people, things and experiences in my life, thus raising my vibration and enable myself to be more … Continue reading Gratitude 5 – Pounamu
Some well needed self reflection.
I've been struggling to look after myself 'properly' ever since Torben entered this world. I promised myself a walk a day, to exclude dairy from my diet and to attempt earlier nights. I know it does no one any good, specifically myself, to beat myself up over empty promises. But I can't help but feel … Continue reading Love Thyself.
I always told myself I would never forget the day I gave birth to my child, that was whilst I was pregnant.. Tell you what, I never will forget. I had been in early labour on and off for weeks, it could of been close to a month. But honestly, the last month or so … Continue reading When we met you, our bear cub.