My tips on how to get a new life – this one’s called “My Wobbly Quest to Achieving the Simple Life”.
I am on a quest for a simple life. A life that my body can handle. A life that I feel relaxed and calm in and can experience some silence in. A life that I can be myself in. Whoever that is.
But today, I don’t feel like I’m doing very well at it.
Continue reading How to Get a New life – Chapter 5 “Achieving the Simple Life”
My tips on finding how to get a new life – for those of us who don’t know who we are any more this is for you…!
So you’ve worked out that something needs to change.
Or perhaps change has been foisted on you and it’s something you have no choice in.
You need to slow down or do something different and create a new you but you’re not sure what it means or how you can even make it happen.
Continue reading How to Get a New Life – Chapter 4 “Me, New, Who?”
“How to Stop and Discover Some New Dreams”
One of the best things by far that has come out of my enforced simpler existence has been to re-experience stuff.
Stuff I had forgotten about or stuff I’ve discovered that’s completely new.
Finding out I had a chronic illness has meant a complete rewrite of me and the discovery of some new dreams. Continue reading How to Get a New Life – Chapter 3 “Discover Some New Dreams”
How to find balance in life – “Why Breakfast Events are History”
I am a mother. I am a wife. I am a freelance consultant. I am actually quite a lot of bloody stuff. Now with a health doo dah thrown in.
As I continue to understand this thing I have, I continue to make strides (in a somewhat haphazard way) to battle against the old expectations of myself and to carve out the new me. Whatever that is. This week was another one of those weeks where I continued to make progress in rewriting my book of life…specifically my work life.
It was another one of those ‘old expectations’ weeks. The ‘old chestnut’ that pops up a lot. Continue reading Finding Balance in the Madness – Chapter 2 “Breakfast Events are History”
How to get a new life – “What Could Freedom to Choose Look Like to You?”
One of things I’ve been forced to do with this thing I have is slow down.
A hard ask for someone who has spent all her life on the go, applying herself with gusto to just about anything and everything.
Unbeknowns to me I had literally been living my life on adrenaline – I loved being busy, always been like it, never knew anything different, until now.