Change shakes things up and plays with your mind but the possibilities, the unknown is often where the life is, making it worth the risk. Change can come in many forms, a new haircut, a job move, taking off on a trip, saying goodbye to a relationship or just taking a chance on “what if?”. … Continue reading Change is a Significant Ingredient in Life
The Big Break that almost Broke Me
Know what you want from work, tip - it can't just be money. My fifth job, post college was the "Big Break" role, it came about purely by chance from a great female recruiter I knew (there are quite a few out there you know). I had a suitable skill set for the role, she… Continue reading The Big Break that almost Broke Me
The Quest for a Better Path
Winston Churchill is attributed as saying Continuous effort — not strength or intelligence — is the key to unlocking our potential. I believe that everyone has a part to play in society and that part may and will change over time, but it is key we all participate to “find out who we are and what we just might leave behind”.
Thinking Differently Sets You Free
I had come to a crossroads at the top of my game or so it seemed…. I decided to cast myself adrift for a year or two to see what might happen. My journey thus far has taught me quite a bit...... When you are unsure of the Path you are on, step off. I… Continue reading Thinking Differently Sets You Free
Daily Grind (Ode to What I Left Behind)
Rush Hour Stressed Out Clock ticks Train missed
via Daily Prompt: Pause In 2009 my Dad got sick and we nearly lost him, my world as I knew it somehow shifted focus. I love the bones of my Dad, he's my hero and then in an instant I became the responsible adult. He wasn't himself , drugged up raving & hallucinating, chasing the… Continue reading Pause
Change is Hard but it can set you Free
Whilst away, mid-earthquake, I realised that life is short and that I wanted more life in my years and that the only person standing in my way was me.
If You Don’t Ask, You Don’t Get!
In my youth I was somewhat shy and reserved, this was often misinterpreted as 'snooty or above herself'. I would always wait to be asked to do things i.e.. get up to sing or dance (both of which I love....) as I didn't want to be seen as "pushy or a show-off". I knew I could do these… Continue reading If You Don’t Ask, You Don’t Get!