The Biggest Book of Yes

Launching 1 August 2020

Life

LifeDiscussion and experiences about general life issues, physical health, exercise, aging parents, relationships, children, periods, peri-menopause, menopause, balancing work commitments with family commitments and new jobs.

A Despender December

A Despender December

It has always bothered me that Christmas is such a time of materialistic urgency and waste. I see it as a theatrical consumerism… totally over the top! Family, friends and colleagues have come to expect the reused gift paper wrapped neatly around their gifts from me. This year feels different however. This year has shifted into a different mode, with more planet, childhood development and mental wellbeing in mind. I hope my thoughts strike a chord with you…

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About a rugby imposter and a naughty girl

About a rugby imposter and a naughty …

How is it possible to experience Imposter Syndrome when going to watch the rugby and why do I seem to feel like a naughty little girl when tidying Mum’s belongings? These are some of the smaller scary things I dealt with yesterday…

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Give me a spider any day

Give me a spider any day

Day Two of my #100ScaryDays and give me a spider any day. Caring for elderly relatives is hard, simple as. I wouldn’t change it for the world but you need to have emotions of steel as sometimes they will catch you off guard.

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FACING A FEAR OF FAILURE

FACING A FEAR OF FAILURE

Welcome to my second blog post BUT my first Scary Log from Day One of #100ScaryDays. An introduction into my wobbles around clearing, caring, decluttering and fearing failure.

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Ahoy There Me Hearties!

Ahoy There Me Hearties!

This is my first blog and in summary covers how I reached my decision to step head first into the unknown. I reveal a little about my future open plans, my dreams and ideas. The future is exciting and whether it is the right decision or not, doesn’t matter. What matters is that I have taken action and made the move to change my life, despite being totally terrified that I may have made a mistake! I am happy that even mistakes can be a positive contribution to our lives.

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