England, Wednesday 20th March 2019, Day 46 I had such plans for this sabbatical, fantasising about BEING and DOING, balancing the two. The realisation that I am already half way through the planned 3 month break is brutal! Now, as I knew I would, I have days without multiple to-do lists, without deadlines, without meetings, … Continue reading Notes from my Sabbatical 
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!
Week One of my new big adventure. Settling into my space
Today is a Transition Day The first of many Welcome to a new Transitions series that is all about my major life move back to the UK.
I asked myself "what in my life needs shaking up so that I can try to align with my intentions?"
Musings on what we do and don't celebrate, on chasing achievement and giving oneself credit.
What does it mean to make a commitment to myself?
Today will be an unstructured day - my favourite kind. Having this unstructured day has made me think about all the unstructured time I will have soon. So settle in and let me tell you all about it. It's a long story - this is just the first part!
Cee's Share Your World Challenge for the 12th March prompt: If a distant uncle dies and you were always his favourite and leaves you $50,000 (any currency) in his will, what would you do? I would use it for two things: one to pay for some of my "self-funded sabbatical" and use a larger chunk to go towards building my "Hivehaus" in the UK.