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A lesson in faith and trust

A lesson in faith and trust

The idea that we could possible place an order with the Universe and that it starts to show up, but because it's not an exact fit with what we have in our mind we discredit it or say no thanks, that's not good enough, is a lesson that can be hard to swallow when we...

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Sacrificing You Is Out

Sacrificing You Is Out

How often do we say or do something from a place of our own authenticity only to have someone come along and say "you've offended me" or "you are wrong". What's your go to reaction? Do you shrug your shoulders and say "oh well"? Do you internalise what they've said...

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Permission Granted

Permission Granted

This week is a little bit of a touchy subject. Speaking your truth about or to people who are sucking you dry. Those people who segments of society will tell you to be kind to because they can't get out of their own way. A very dear friend of mine wrote about his...

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The Problem with Positive

I had a girlfriend reach out last night about how stressing her Mother's Day was and she was trying so hard to stay out of her as she said "drama queen brain" and reflect on the situation. Let me tell you, there are times for Drama Queens. Drama Queens get heard, they...

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Your “What If” Argument is Invalid

Overnight, two young Australian men who made a really stupid choice 10 years ago were executed by firing squad on an island while their family were locked outside waiting to hear the gunshots ring out through the black evening. There's a mixed reaction on the media...

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The ANZAC Legend – 100 years on

If my Grandad, Albert F Bronson was alive, he would have been 100 years old on the 24th of January this year. Three months after he was born, the legend of the ANZAC was born and he would be in his twenties when he joined the Army to drive transport trucks in the...

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People pleasing equals FEAR

A real life event showed up in my life yesterday with a new business owner diminishing his set of rules about doing business with him to appease a group of strangers. It didn't end well for him. That and me also not following MY rules of engagement in my business...

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The Fears Have It!

The more I study the human reactions to situations, the greater awareness of FEAR I am coming to understand. It is across all aspects of our life, and rather than do the airy-fairy find the love in a situation, we must first honour the fear and understand why it is...

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Why I don’t believe in Unicorns

Unicorn: via Merriam Webster Dictionary: :  a mythical animal generally depicted with the body and head of a horse, the hind legs of a stag, the tail of a lion, and a single horn in the middle of the forehead. Let me cut right to the chase: I can see and remove...

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How not to be scared of your boobs

Have you heard or read the statistics around breast cancer lately? Holy dooley Batman! It's staggering! I bet if you allowed yourself to sit in those statistics for a while, you'd end up being shit scared of the two boobies sitting on your chest right now too. The...

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The one thing you need to HAVE IT ALL.

The life of an adult these days is nothing short of bombardment of inadequacy. Social media is pumping daily with meaningful quotes, inspirational messages and pick-me ups. Many of us look at them and nod, click the like button, share on our Pinterest account and...

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When your child panics

I am the eldest child in my family and the eldest of a generation on one branch of my family tree. I was brought up in the 70s by very young parents who gave me the responsibility of looking after my younger sister when I was eight years old. I remember my sister...

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