Transitions – In limbo

As I sit here, I have no doubt that the larger world events are impacting every one of us in similar and different ways. Our common humanity will ensure that every single one of us is worried about vulnerable family members, distressed about someone who is far away from home, concerned for a friend or … Continue reading Transitions – In limbo

Surely what I have to say has already been said?

The Hay House Writers workshop in Dublin at the end of April inspired and motivated me. As I hoped it would. You can read about my apprehensions here. Many things were said that I needed to hear to silence Mergatroid¬†(she is my critical ego, my Inner Critic). The biggie being "surely what I have to … Continue reading Surely what I have to say has already been said?

Paying Attention to Attention

I recently went on an amazing art retreat in rural Devon in the UK.¬†The grounding premise for the art retreat was "attention" - the art of attention to be precise. I had no idea what to expect. I went with the intention of being aware and curious, "Attentional Aperture" (see this post for more about … Continue reading Paying Attention to Attention

Why publish an ebook?

The countdown begins. I am about to publish my first eBook on Everyday Delights.  The book is called "Documenting a 100 Happy Day Project" which is a compilation of posts from my first blog in 2015. That original blog site has now disappeared. This book is a two part compilation of those stories and high-quality photographs from 2015 written for the blog.

If we were having coffee [6]

Hello to all my readers! How are you all this week? Pull up a comfortable chair, prepare your¬†favourite beverage and join me for my weekly coffee share. If we were having coffee... the first thing I'd share is how much inspiration I have found on WordPress blogs this week. There are two in particular that … Continue reading If we were having coffee [6]