One day, long ago, my Grade 3 teacher called me a foghorn (FYI the definition of a foghorn is a device making a loud, deep sound as a warning to ships in fog). I was deeply ashamed and have never forgotten the comment.I know that the teacher was probably fed-up
This morning my 8-year-old daughter was sitting hugging her knees to her chest, refusing to eat breakfast, with a scowl on her face and a very rigid little body filled with anger. It was cold, dark and we were all grumpy. It was so tempting to lose my temper as
I recently read this humorous description of what I call ‘doing addiction’ by Copywriter, Kevin Rogers (The Copy Chief): “I remember a few too many evenings when I literally felt like I could not close the laptop. As if some kind of psychological octopus had wrapped its suction cup tentacles around
I can’t fully explain the energetic or the astrological reasons or other reasons behind this but, in a nutshell, consciousness is being raised in a big way and people are really feeling it. Have you noticed how difficult last year was – more conflicts, more challenges, more illness, more change?
In my last blog I wrote about being aware of when stress has become an issue. Being aware enables us to do something about the stress versus simply being in ‘coping’ mode. This is not beneficial as we tend to shut down in many ways in order to keep going. On top of that we
Begin 2015 with an aim to be more present There is never a better time to start something new than right now and, failing that, any natural beginning such as a new year. It’s amazing how many new clients always approach me at the beginning of the year and I like to believe this