Grief is like a flu you just can’t get over. Like an itch you can’t scratch. You forget it’s there. Just for a moment. And then it hits you. Like a wave. Or a brick wall. You have moments where you feel completely fine. Better than fine. Great, even. And then you wonder why you’re… Continue reading Getting Over Grief
Confession time. In case it wasn’t already painfully obvious: I don’t have all the answers. I don’t know what I’m doing. I’m figuring it all out as I go along. This is why you see me tweak things. This is why I’m always testing things. This is why you see me change directions. I wish… Continue reading I’m Figuring It All Out As I Go Along
That nasty voice – that mean voice – the one that tells you you’re not good enough. The one that says you don’t deserve to be happy or to have all the things you say you want. Whose voice is that? I so want it to be someone else’s. Then I would just need to… Continue reading Whose Voice Is That?
When I was unhappy at work, I was waiting to feel better. When I knew I wanted to leave, I was waiting to make my exit. When I left work, I was waiting to build my business. Now I am building my business, but I am still waiting… What am I waiting for? Honestly, right… Continue reading What Are You Waiting For?
I thought it seemed odd that when I had some time to explore “fun and play” that my default was to sit down and write. Writing would bring me the answer. Or, perhaps… Writing would BE the answer. Writing has always been a cathartic form of release to me – particularly putting pen to paper,… Continue reading Writing To Refuel
Nearly 2 years ago, I quit my overwhelming corporate job to create a working life that was more fulfilling, rewarding and inspiring for me. I’m proud to say I have since achieved that goal – through ToGetHer Further I have helped numerous women to regain control of their own working lives, and find (or create)… Continue reading Rediscovering Fun & Play
"What does a professional look like?" Growing up, a professional was someone dressed in a suit – someone who went to work in a big office, and was paid lots of money to do a very serious job. This is despite the fact that I grew up watching my Mum support us through her work… Continue reading Shedding The Professional Uniform