One of my all-time favorite people to recommend is Brooke McAlary and her new book, Care, helps us work out what to do when the world’s problems feel too big and we are burnt out from trying, and we need to restore ourselves so that we can continue to care for things.
What do we do when the days all start to feel the same? How do we get ourselves out of a funk?
The soul moves through seasons too…
The best decision I have made for my health in years.
The time has come for me to press pause on the blog and take some time out to recharge my creative batteries.
Leave your heart to wander…
Today I am starting a new series called The Lightkeeper’s List!
Growing Up Disabled in Australia is a diverse anthology of the very best kind!
There have been a few things that I predicted, a few surprises along the way and a whole lot of learning.
It sometimes feels like we have nothing left to give, and yet…
May 12th is International Awareness Day for Chronic Immunological and Neurological Diseases (CIND) so here are a few words today in honour of the Lady with the Lamp.
In the second instalment of Take Control Of What You Can Series, I’m talking about regaining control of an environment to make you feel happier, healthier and safer.
… and am free.
Imagine this: someone close to you is going through a crisis and you don’t want to say the wrong things to them, however you have your own worries that you need to release through conversation. Who is the best person for you to talk to?
The bravest thing.
This, too, was a gift.
It’s the mundane everyday tasks that can give us the most perspective.
What remains? Nature.
We have all been in that place where something awful happens to someone and we are petrified of saying the wrong thing or not sure how to help. This is where the book ‘There Is No Good Card For This: What to Say and Do When Life is Scary, Awful and Unfair to People You Love’ by Emily McDowell and Kelsey Crowe comes in to save us!
I hope you have people and places where you don’t have to be strong too.