I want to share something that is a big deal for me. They say it take at least 21 days to instil a new habit. I am a self-confessed "tea pot"! A few weeks ago I went "cold turkey" on caffeinated tea for a day. Perhaps in excess of 10 cups a tea per day … Continue reading Changing a habit: reducing caffeine intake
An update on my sabbatical. Getting back into structured time.
Thursday 28th March 2019, England, Day 54 This quote came up on one of Colette Baron-Reid's Spirit Animal cards. The message was that maintaining integrity and inner equilibrium whilst adapting to life's changes are crucial so as not to get lost. "Adapting isn't about losing yourself. It is about learning how to dance with others." … Continue reading Transitions: Dancing with others
Unanticipated sleep problems! Really???!
I've realised over the 3 weeks that I have been back here that it is so easy to get "seduced" back into the norm by society's conditioning, by my inner critic and to get knocked off track by the pace of daily life and other peoples' opinions.
No! No! No! I will not be seduced!
Bees are metaphors for my life as it is today.
Week One of my new big adventure. Settling into my space
Leaving tribes and re-joining another. Part of my Transitions series
Transitions: my gradual key shedding metaphorically represents my dwindling responsibilities as I tie up life here
South Africa: 18th January 2019 Siri fees Lucy the horse and she uses her left hoof to tip the plastic bowl over. She prefers to eat her feed of the dusty ground rather than out the bowl. She has been whinnying in grief most of the night. Yesterday, her companion, Gypsy drifted off to horse … Continue reading Transitions: Experiencing Africa as Africa