Hello, out there all you lovely people. I hope you and yours are well and if not that you find all the support you need. Today I want to write about a topic that probably many women dread: Breast Cancer! October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and the International Agency For Research on Cancer offers excellent information on Breast Cancer all over the world. Did you know that Breast Cancer has become the most diagnosed type of cancer in 2020? It exceeded lung cancer for the first time. Many of you might be shrugging your shoulders saying:” Well, I can’t Read More
Happy Wordless Wednesday all 🙂 An interesting outlook on how small changes can affect us all by his holiness the Dalai Lama This post takes part in Wordless Wednesday over at Comedy Plus. Please head over and find many more beautiful posts or take part in the link-up. Happy Wordless Wednesday and remember: You can do it!
Hello, all you brilliant people out there. I hope the new week has started well for you and that you can experience the Magic of Mondays. And if all is a muddle then I send positive and healing vibes your way so that you get all the support you need. Last week I wrote about how a new week means new opportunities to create the life we want but I haven’t always been thinking of Monday’s like that. First of all, I never worked in a 9-5, Monday to Friday job. My days off always were all over the place Read More
Happy new week everyone! I send you the magic of Mondays. And what might THAT be? It’s a new beginning. Simply! You have gained experience last week which you can use to create a better one this week. Maybe you’ll learn that there is no point in crying over spilt beans. Let go of what’s passed and what’s out of your control. Rather allow yourself to use that worry energy for actions that are in your control. Like how you see a situation for example. I know we are continuously told that this is too much for us and that Read More
Eugi from Eugi’s Causerie invited us this week to write about the topic of happiness. She offers a weekly prompt that we might work with in any creative but family-friendly way we choose. Thanks, Eugi for this thought-provoking topic that inspired this post: Not being happy was my default way of being Do you think a lot about happiness? About your own and your family’s? I do. I have been living with light to medium depression for almost all of my life. So not being happy was my default way of being. For most of my life, my way of Read More
If you have teenagers at home who challenge and delight you, you might be forced to remember how it was for you to grow up. Have you had a great time and were supported by the people around you? Or was it a struggle to be heard and to find your identity? Teenage Misery For me, being a teenager meant dysfunctional family communication, high expectations and pressure from society. It made my life a misery. Mental Health wasn’t a thing back in the ’80s. Or more it was a thing for rich people and celebrities. The rest of us just Read More
Hello, all you lovely ladies, how are you? I hope you and yours are well and if not that you get all the support you need. It is the first May holiday in the UK, and we have “typical” bank holiday weather: It is raining, and it’s rather windy. However, I am pretty happy about it. It hasn’t rained for over a month which means the soil here in the area is absolutely dry and cracked. It will need a lot of rain to give the plants what they need. It always amazes me how a situation can be seen Read More
Hello, out there, all you lovely people of the blogosphere. How are you today? I hope you and yours are well. I also hope you have a cup of your favourite beverage (yes you can drink wine out of a mug 😉 ) and allow yourself a moment to rest and gather yourself. I know, this sounds counter-intuitive on a Monday when we are supposed to be revved up for another week of trials and tribulations. But my experience is in the midst of chaos to sit and rest brings about clarity and most of all starts a new week Read More