With the temperature in Melbourne in free fall and the rain following suit, it easy to feel the seasonal discontent Gloucester was on about. Instead, I’m consciously cultivating content. But how?!
It’s finally Autumn. The time of year I evolve from a too-sweaty-to-function pile of goo on the floor and become a fully-formed almost-functional member of society and get to wear layers. It’s cardigan weather! Now we can pivot from making small talk about how hot it is to making small talk about how cold it… Continue reading It’s Cardigan Weather!
Much personal development is centred around being positive but we can benefit from taking a nougaty chunk of neutrality from our Swiss Freunde. Check out my blog post, “The Feeling is Neutral”.
You’ve probably heard the saying, “Never ASSUME, because when you ASSUME, you make an ASS of U and ME” but since discovering Neville Goddard’s Law of Assumption, I’m happily making an ASS of myself at every opportunity.
Thank you to my marvellous mentors for inspiring and encouraging me to write, workout and focus on abundance this year.
Intention setting for a New Year that’s just so fresh, so clean. Happy 2022.
Is someone getting the best, the best, the best, the best of you? Foo Fighters, ‘Best Of You’. I’ve got another confession to make, I’m your fool (me to streaming services). Our homes had to pull triple duty for much of this year, being places to live, work and be entertained. Some even did quadruple… Continue reading Best Binging
If you stay positive, you have a shot at a silver lining. Pat, Silver Linings Playbook In a year of lockdowns and lounge rooms, can you find the silver linings as we move into 2022? For me, I’ve realised there’s joy in appreciating ALL the SMALL things and Keeping It Simple Sexy (no negative self-talk… Continue reading Silver Linings Playbook
Lockdown is finally ending for us Melbournians. We can now have exposed faces outside, go to Kmart and get-on-the-beers like nature intended. Even though I’m excited about rediscovering these freedoms, I am a bit out of shape for this brave new world. I find myself shyly hiding my smile behind my hand like a geisha,… Continue reading Be like the bears
Alice laughed. ‘There’s no use trying,’ she said. ‘One can’t believe impossible things’.‘I daresay you haven’t had much practice,’ said the Queen. ‘When I was your age, I always did it for half-an-hour a day. Why, sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast’. ― Lewis Carroll I’ve had a bit of time… Continue reading Impossible Things