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20 11, 2019

Getting Courageous, Curious and Creative Yet Again

Often I am reminded to take a leaf out of my own book. This turning 60 is not for the fainthearted, so yes I am digging deep into my toolkit. I thought my vacation to

31 10, 2019

Bali Bliss

I got lost in the Bali Vortex so my October blog is a bit late. I returned yesterday feeling reset, refuelled and ready to reconnect in a deeper way with you all. The Bali escape

24 09, 2019

The River of Change

Another decade and another river of change. One minute I am on one side of the river feeling quite cosy enjoying a basket of picnic yummies, sipping on a chilled sparkling mineral water and debating

30 08, 2019

Growing into the Next Decade

Three months since the beginning a my new decade and I am sorry it is bloody hard. I have to keep telling myself I am growing not ageing. It's my new mantra and I came

20 08, 2019

Turning 60!

Turning 60 is a blast! It took me most of my 59th year to get used to the idea that I was about to start a new decade. It seems just like yesterday that I

23 07, 2019

A Big Left Turn

Three years ago I took a major left turn in my business - most of you know I started using doTERRA essential oils, firstly for myself and then when I saw the amazing results I

9 11, 2018

Start using words that validate you

Your language can play a large part in helping you meet your goals or not. Are you good at using words that can undermine your value and then you get tripped up and sabotage yourself?

24 10, 2018

Getting Comfortable with Feeling Uncomfortable

The above words are used everyday by me. Now that I have added a product to my business I am constantly having to put myself in situations that feel uncomfortable. It would be easier to

18 10, 2018

Believe that your dreams and goals will happen

Words Can Pack a Punch! “Fake it til you make it.” I got challenged with these words that I used in lasts weeks post. Someone suggested a phrase that was more powerful for them which

3 10, 2018

Life is Better than Good!

Have you noticed how many times you use the word good? I was a ‘good’ girl, meaning I often responded with the word ‘good’ when people asked me how I was. I once got pulled