Goals, Growth and Development, Health, lifestyle, Mental Health, Minimalism, Self Improvement, Travelling Through Wonderland

Deactivating Facebook and an epic digital declutter

Well like most people I eased into 2021 very gingerly especially after 2020 left us scratching our heads going WTF just happened?! This year may very much be the same but without the shellshock. Been there, done that. One reality that hit me whilst reflecting on the year is how in the beginning , social… Continue reading Deactivating Facebook and an epic digital declutter

blogmas, Mental Health, Travelling Through Wonderland

In a mental fog and in need of a holiday

I haven't been able to blog since my last post, I honestly haven't been in the head space to do so despite having plenty of stories to write about. Physically I am doing well but mentally I am not quite there. It has been one of those weeks where I have gone into auto pilot… Continue reading In a mental fog and in need of a holiday

Growth and Development, Health, Mental Health, Self Development, Self Improvement

The importance of gratitude

Our brains have a nasty habit of turning something that went wrong in the day, a simple problem, into a big deal and it has a flow on effect. By practising gratitude, an important aspect of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) one can help manage their stress, anxiety and in my case depression. CBT is a… Continue reading The importance of gratitude

Goals, Growth and Development, Health, lifestyle, Mental Health, planning, Self Development, Self Improvement, Travelling Through Wonderland

Reality of no travel, setting goals and where I am at

The World got smashed by this pandemic in March and it is now August and it will be going on for some time to come. Experts say this pandemic could last as long as 2 years as history has shown with previous pandemics. We could suffer up 4 waves of the Coronavirus. I have gotten… Continue reading Reality of no travel, setting goals and where I am at

Travelling Through Wonderland

Getting back into the groove of things

As the Nation slowly reopens its doors I too am getting into a new routine for work and life. Like everyone else I have been unable to make plans, set goals or drive outside my local area. It was incredibly frustrating especially in the early days when we had no idea of an end date… Continue reading Getting back into the groove of things

Goals

Cancer Council March Charge update – At the halfway point

If there is one thing I have learnt very quickly with this walking challenge is that when one works in an office and spends a lot of time in front of a computer, you hardly walk at all. In the first week of this challenge I was pretty sore from pushing myself to even make… Continue reading Cancer Council March Charge update – At the halfway point

adventure, Travelling Through Wonderland

Sunday Funday: Lunch in Cronulla, March Charge begins and Autumn has arrived

What a day! Sunday kicked off with a drive out to Cronulla where one of my friends, Rozanne, lives with her daughter. The 3 of us caught up for lunch at a great little cafe called Anna's Bookshop which was so cute. The menus were old Golden Books that were repurposed. The big kid in… Continue reading Sunday Funday: Lunch in Cronulla, March Charge begins and Autumn has arrived

lifestyle

British media’s abuse towards Meghan Markle

I'm a big fan of Meghan Markle and what she has accomplished in her lifetime, before and after her marriage to Prince Harry. She is a woman who knows who she is, what is important to her and strives to achieve her goals and make the world a better place. The media loved her when… Continue reading British media’s abuse towards Meghan Markle

Travelling Through Wonderland

Get to know me – 36 facts

I was born in 1984 in Orange, NSW, AustraliaI have one sibling, my brother who is 5 years younger than meI'm a qualified motorcycle mechanic and no longer work in industryI played roller derby from 2010 to 2013 and represented Australia twice at RollerCon in Las Vegas. I have a tortie cat called Starbuck, named… Continue reading Get to know me – 36 facts

Self Improvement

Do one thing at a time and do it well

The days of trying to do everything at once are long gone, for me anyway. Maybe it is maturity or I'm just too old for this crap but I can no longer push myself to do every little task, a hundred kilometres an hour, at the same time. Whether it be for me or someone… Continue reading Do one thing at a time and do it well