It is about the lessons I have learned around picking my
Because in my 50’s one lesson I have learned above all
others is to pick my battles.
To decide what is really important and what is just not.
Bonnie Ware wrote a fantastic book ‘The 5 regrets of the dying’. As a palliative care nurse for many years, she had endless conversations with people at the end of their life. I guess facing death is a real incentive … Read More
We are in the success age. Where we have unlimited access to information about how to be successful, what success looks like coupled with endless examples of people who, against all the odds, have created great success in their lives. … Read More
Why do you talk so much? Offending the silence with random clutter. Reverberating through me. An endless string of what feel like pointless words. Barely drawing breath, allowing time for interruption. Does it not tire you? Taking energy from your … Read More
Recently I decided to attempt to gather a team of people and participate in a fundraising event that involved walking 100km’s. I love the idea that you are doing something that stretches you while also raising money for those in … Read More
Life is a fascinating journey. It is one of ups and downs, highs and lows. There are times when everything goes smoothly and there are times when they don’t. And there are those times where something big comes at you … Read More
I had a conversation recently that got me thinking about asking things of people. Have you ever had a situation where someone has asked something of you that you just cannot give? Whether it is at that particular moment or … Read More
When I was growing up evenings were spent in front in the family room while my father did all his business on the phone. Really loudly. It was before the days before cordless phones so the organisation of his days, … Read More
I was having a conversation one day and inquired to the person I was conversing, why they felt there life was not where they wanted it to be. Amongst other reasons their main one was they were impacted by low … Read More
I am an emotional person. It is a part of the human journey that I truly love. As someone who has lived in the dark recesses of depression I have come out not fearing my emotions and the sometimes overwhelming … Read More