Ever since I took that little evening jog to the docks (which I wrote about in my previous post), I kept thinking about this question: what energises me? I’m not talking about things that make you feel good for a moment then bad later (like bingeing on ice cream or chocolate while falling down the Facebook videos rabbit hole),
Tag: Personal development
A key part of living a happy and fulfilling life is to always be 100% truthful about who you are and what you want/need out of life. There is no right or wrong (as long as you don’t recklessly hurt others)- everyone has different beliefs, morals, outlooks etc. The important thing is that you know
Saying ‘”I do” doesn’t mean becoming co-dependent I am a romantic. I used to be, anyway. I loved watching and reading about all-consuming loves like in Moulin Rogue and all those sappy Nicholas Sparks novels. I always dreamed of getting married and having kids young. I loved the thought of loving and being loved, needing and being
I have a funny confession. I have been watching videos and reading articles on the art of pickup. What is pickup? It’s basically the art of picking up girls to sleep with. So clearly I’m not watching it to learn how to get into a girl’s pants, but what I’ve been finding interesting about it
My Dream I was going through the many drafts in my blog when I stumbled upon the post below originally entitled “Finding Your Dream”. I had written it many years ago before I even became a mum. I published it at the time, then for some reason later took it down. I don’t remember exactly why
Yesterday, I looked through my old photos and found an old piece of writing: It reads: There’s a specific place to be at every moment in time. A time to celebrate, a time to grief, a time to love, and…a time to breathe. As you look out into the great wide expanse which is your future,
What defines success? Everyone has a different definition. MOST of us would define success as getting good grades, getting into Uni, scoring a high flying job and earning so much money you could swim in it. Up until recently, I was on of those people who thought the end goal was to be “financially free”.