Month: October 2016

  • I’m on a Blog Holiday

    blogging break

    If you’ve been reading the blog for a while you will have noticed I have been on and off sick for the past 3 months. To ensure my health can be given the priority it needs I am taking some time off to recharge and heal.

    If you are looking for ways to help with your anxiety I suggest the following:

    • Head to the closed Facebook group where women with anxiety can share openly about their struggles, their wins and cheer one another on. There are heaps of free tips in there (including free group coaching…umm hello? Soooo good!). You can join the group HERE.
    • You can shoot me off an email, say ‘Hi’ and let me know how you are going. I’d love to hear from you. You can do that at:
    • You can subscribe and get instant (and Free) access to valuable resources to help you with your anxiety. There’s a meditation in there and stacks of books with prompts and activities to help you with your anxiety. You can sign up in the subscriber box below or above. I promise I won’t spam you.

    I’m so looking forward to coming back into this space refreshed and with new energy.

    Keep looking for the beauty in your ashes.


  • 3 Ways to Deal With Resistance (and not feel like you’re in the Hunger Games)

    frustrated girl

    The past 3 months have cracked me open like a poached egg on a Sunday morning. Like the egg, I feel like I have been poured into the hot water, swirled around in amongst the vinegar and dumped out onto a dry toast.

    I’ve had waaaaaay worse trials than this. I’m sure you tell yourself similar things.

    ‘This is nothing compared to so and so.’

    ‘I just have to put on my brave face.’

    ‘I’m just being silly. I’ve probably manifesting it up. You know brought it into existence through my million and one thoughts about it.’


  • When your anxiety starts acting like a toddler…


    So today I went down to the park with my cute as a (vintage) button 18 month old. I noticed that as he got out of the stroller he was so excited. It must have felt nice for him to go for a little exploration after his nap at home and a bit of quiet play time.

    As I watched him climb up the stairs of the little cubby he’d go up to the slide look at it and then hide inside the cubby and start calling out to me ‘Hello? Hello?’

    I offered the wee little boy a hand and he accepted it graciously and went down the slide.