Category Archives: Blog

TOO MUCH adventure

  I love an adventure. I see myself as relatively adventurous. I’ve gone to the other side of my country to work, and live permanently. I’ve been to Africa, including Libya, and travelled solo. I’ve taken the leap of faith … Continue reading

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Why you get this

I’ve been down and dirty in a cold, quite fixated on the aches, the weakness, the horrid reality of how the sinus holes in my head all filled up with gunk over about five days. How the brain went fuzzy. … Continue reading

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Am I not tidy enough?*

We’re in ‘retrograde’ with the stars and apparently this can be interpreted as a time to pull back and regroup. Whether or not, allowing yourself to take the foot off the accelerator for a time can be healthy rather than … Continue reading

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Your book, this year!

  Are you an author waiting to happen? Are you planning to get started when you “have more time”, and are you waiting until other ducks are in row before you get your book underway? Or is it sitting there … Continue reading

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Voices in my head

It’s not like I’m going crazy or I’m not sure who I am. I always know I’m me, but there are these characters in my head that say: “What stopped you from finishing that task today? You gave up. You’re … Continue reading

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How structure gives you freedom

When I worked in a toxic corporate environment I couldn’t wait for the day I could leave and set my own agenda. I would work in my ‘jarmies if I chose, saving all that commuting time, and never never have … Continue reading

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Thanks without provisos

I’m on a three month course and as the rest of the group is American, we’re having this week off for Thanksgiving. It is the US’s biggest ‘get back to family’ holiday I’m told. Our Christmas is similar. This brought … Continue reading

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Away

My husband and I – what a queenly way to start – “Mai husband and Ay”! Mark and I recently had a supremely refreshing break in Vanuatu. You can tell it was so good because a couple of days after … Continue reading

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What? The love of your life’s not human?

Is love important? You betcha. Loving and knowing that you love can be one of the greatest motivators. So if you accept that, what happens if the love of your life isn’t your life partner – or ever a potential … Continue reading

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I Stuffed Up

By Glenda Thompson, coach Recently I spoke at BRAS (discover what that stands for later) and I stuffed up. Ha ha — I just reread that and all kinds of double entendres pushed up at me! Let me set the … Continue reading

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