Everyone has an off day occasionally, if yours are everyday – then maybe its time to look into why.Read More Confidence & Loving Yourself – What, How, Why?
This is not the type of post I would normally write let a long publish on a Saturday morning but today is the start of a new chapter. Its been a difficult week in one sense and another – I have struggled and triumphed on several occasions so not all bad. Positivity is key, I […]Read More New Beginnings: 3 Reasons to try something new
In a traditionally structured week Tuesday is the second day – not quite the beginning not quite the middle. As I said in my Monday post every day is unique and filled with new challenges and opportunities so why treat the day any differently? Sure its the day between Monday and hump day but that […]Read More Tuesday – the in-between day
Last week we concentrated on detoxing the body, this week its the mind’s turn to be cleansed. The concept of change can be a difficult one for some to follow, some people prefer (whether consciously or not) to re-brand their ‘change’ whether it be through acknowledging mental health issues, using the term missions instead of […]Read More February – Detoxing January – Part 2
January – the new year month, when you promise to make changes to your life, detox your body or even your mind. The month you probably end up with the most toxins just through trying and failing various methods. Your mind is probably a jumble since you are still trying to make a start on […]Read More February – Detoxing January
Now I do not profess to know much about gardening but I do understand the principle of training a squash. As I was checking on them yesterday I was delighted to see many long tendrils and vines with fruit on them. To train them is simple, as you can see in the picture, a few […]Read More How to train a squash…
I never get tired of nature, it soothes the frustrated brow and my garden is no exception, it has taken 4 years for it to settle in and there is still some time to go. I cant get over how well the squashes are doing, they just keep growing (all from supermarket veg seeds) some […]Read More Veg n Tings