Last week I realised something - my blog is ten years old! I started it back in October 2011 with this post: What the heck am I doing here?At the time I was training to be a hypnotherapist, but deep down I wanted to be a writer. The problem was, I had serious self-esteem and… Continue reading My blog is 10 years old! Now what?
The voice in my head
Hello everyone. It’s been a while. I just checked my blog and discovered that my last post was back in January 2019! Wow. A lot has happened in the past year. There were epiphanies and transformations and deep, deep exhaustion (these things are not unrelated!). I will explain everything soon, but before I do, I… Continue reading The voice in my head
A historic blog moment (for two reasons)
Yesterday I achieved my 100th follower. Yippee!! (OK, perhaps not earth-shattering for you, but the ground definitely moved a little for me.) The blogger who unwittingly participated in this historic moment is Tazein (thank you Tazein!) who writes an inspirational blog called ‘Transcending Borders’. One of my favourite posts is Be you (if you are always trying to… Continue reading A historic blog moment (for two reasons)
11 random things you didn’t know about me
This weekend TamrahJo nominated me for a Leibster award. You may remember her from my previous Work that feels like play post. She is a consummate player (in the nicest sense of the word) and her words of support and advice have kept me going on more than one occasion when I felt like giving… Continue reading 11 random things you didn’t know about me
Holy cow, I’ve won some blog awards!
I am beyond chuffed – I have been nominated for awards by two different bloggers. Thank you both for brightening up my day (maybe I should get out more but being nominated for these awards produced a mini frenzy of excitement; the kind that makes you do a silly dance…only I would never do that,… Continue reading Holy cow, I’ve won some blog awards!
Why I decided to keep writing this blog
Funny how tiny decisions can change the course of your life. Last week I glanced at the DVDs by the checkouts in Sainsbury’s and spied Eat Pray Love for the bargain price of £3. I dismissed the notion of buying it (I don’t have much money – why fritter it away on a DVD?). But… Continue reading Why I decided to keep writing this blog