Some people should all over themselves regularly. Daily, hourly, sometimes by the minute. Guilt, shame, 'I'm not enough', 'I need to do more'. Women are queens of should-ing. But who says you should anyway? Do a little experiment for yourself right now. Go on, it will only take a minute. Stand up and shake yourself … Continue reading I should, I want to, I AM!
Rosie: "I swear Mum, the dirt just jumped on me!" Some personality types love adventure and mess and hate sameness and certainty. Others like to know everything before it happens. The first like being out of control and the second like to be in control. But control is an illusion. Are we ever truly in control … Continue reading A Messy Life
Someone posed the question today of how I juggle plates. Great question being that we are in the middle of two real-estate deals, moving a household and six horses interstate at the same time as finishing the final subject of a university degree. Here is how I responded: Lists! Long-term, monthly, weekly, … Continue reading Plate Juggling
Ruby was a grand old lady who graced our farm for the last few years. We got Ruby as a rescue mare. If horses can have PTSD this mare certainly had it. It was pretty obvious she'd been hard done-by in her life. We gave her a peaceful and dignified retirement as companion to our … Continue reading The Story of Ruby
This is my gorgeous little Majestic Kalypso. I fell in love with him from this photo, with the innocent blue eyes (no longer blue, sadly) and the trust he is putting in this strange human with the rope. But like all little ones, they go through their stages and foals require a lot of understanding. … Continue reading Through Another’s Eyes
This is my Amara during a mindfulness session we had one day. I'm a certified Life Coach, with over 2000 hours of coaching experience. One of the greatest skills my training gave me was the ability to be fully present with my clients during their sessions. To be totally with them in the moment, without … Continue reading Mindfulness