It doesn’t mean you’re lost

It doesn’t mean you’re lost

(Listen to this) Coldplay – Fix you I just wanted to mention something. For you in particular – and thank you for reading my posts. Some days this work on yourself feels hard. Some days it seems like it’s not working. You spend hours going through the exercises, doing the reading, discussing, thinking, being vulnerable, finding things in yourself you’re ashamed to admit...

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Don’t compare your insides with other people’s outsides

Don’t compare your insides with other people’s outsides

No one can really tell what it takes to produce something in the actual real world. YOU know about all the thoughts and doubts and misgivings that are going on in your head. YOU know you’re scared. YOU know that you can bid higher. YOU know that the figure or date you just quoted with such authority might be a teensy bit shaky. What you don’t know though, is what is going on inside...

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ABC’s of Getting Started

ABC’s of Getting Started

This is for those times when you’re just staring at a huge task or pile of todo’s and freeze up, paralyzed by the sheer mass of it all. This post was actually inspired by someone (you know who you are, and thanks!) who reminded me that I’d promised to explain how to get started when you just don’t know where to start. And actually, that’s where I was – 8...

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Finding Balance

Finding Balance

For ever so long I have thought that finding balance is about finding a position like this: Serene. Superserene, in fact. In control. Perfect. Definitely something to STRIVE FOR. And not let go of once I have it. The way this looks in my life is pretty much an impossible frozen moment of having everything sorted and organised and just the way it “should” be. Erm… reality...

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Wolves

Wolves

There’s a old story about a Cherokee elder, speaking to his grandson, carefully explaining to the child one of life’s truths. “Inside me, there is a terrible battle. I have two wolves. And they fight at each other all the time.” “One of these wolves is terrible. He is fear, and shame. He’s hate, and jealousy, and rage. He’s despair, and sorrow, and...

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