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This morning I had a mini-moment. I was in a state of overwhelm and I was questioning all of my decisions that I'd ever made. Have you had a morning like that?
I was getting myself into quite a state and it took me a moment before I came up with a plan to break this cycle before it took me whole.
I decided to take the dog down to the beach and just to play.
There were a few reasons why I was in a tizzy this morning. The first reason was that for the past few weeks I had been out of my usual routine. The kids had been on school holidays, I had been away with my partner and he was still on holidays and staying at my place. This threw me out completely!
Another reason why I was in this state (and usually causes most of these moments!) is because I was overthinking my thinking. I think.
I was overthinking all of my plans for the next few months to the point that NOTHING was getting done. This is usually the culprit when I get overwhelmed. I continue to overthink rather than...
In this exclusive interview, I talk to Kim Morrison. Kim truly embraces all that is sexual energy. She has been doing so for her life and being an example for women around the world. In todays interview we discuss the practical tips for you to incorporate into your day to embrace your feminine energy. This interview with make you get off your butt and want to do something today!
You can find Kim:
Would you stay with someone who treated you the way you treat yourself?
If not, then this message is definitely something I want you to hear.
The self-talk we have in our heads leads to the actions we take in our life. If we don't speak to ourselves in a kind and loving way, it's difficult to treat ourselves in kind and loving ways.
For the past few years I have noticed that more habits have formed in my days that shout out 'I love me!'.
I now make my breakfast and really enjoy it before racing around getting the kids ready in the morning.
I now go for my walks regardless of what is needed of me later.
I now have Tuesday nights to myself so that I can relax, and take some time out in the week.
None of these things existed before. It was like I punished myself for some weird reason. I would make sure EVERYONE else was fed and organised before I ate even though I was exhausted, hungry and cranky!
I felt as though the more I gave to everyone else, the better person I...
Do you remember when you were a little girl and you would just dance around the house? wear the pretty dresses? run through the mud? sing at the top of your lungs?
At what age do we get the memo that we aren't allowed to do that anymore?
I feel like it stopped for me when I was about 8 or 9 years old!
As a woman, mum, partner, daughter, sister and business owner, I have a lot of different hats on at any one time. The responsibility of those hats mean that I don't tend to prioritise having fun as much as I would like.
Over the past few years since I've been on my own personal journey to more pleasure, more joy and more ME, I've been having a lot more fun!
I go out dancing, I crank up the music in the kitchen and dance around when I'm making school lunches. I sing in the car and annoy my kids. I skip down the aisles at shops with my daughter. I laugh without apology. I enjoy my self-pleasure time.
Life is a lot more fun when you prioritise having fun!
What beliefs are holding...
This week I thought I would do a written blog as well. You can listen to the podcast episode above or read below.
I feel like we are all ready to have deeper conversations about sex, sexual energy and so much more. I want to discuss the many places we turn to for approval, connection and attention when we are not truly connected with ourselves.
For me, disconnection feels like I'm sitting on the couch feeling numb. I want to get up and be motivated to clean the house, play with the kids or get some work done. But I can't. I want to feel happy and energetic and bouncy like usual. But I can't.
When I feel disconnected for a number or days it's frustrating. When this continues for weeks it can be a little depressing. When it goes on for years, I feel completely lost.
This is what I went through for many years when my kids were little. I had no idea how to get out of that space. Psychologists encouraged me to continue to talk it out but I could never really pin...