What is your body trying to tell you? Do you ignore the messages or do you listen to your body talk? Could pain be your friend?
There are many reasons to practice yoga, but what is therapeutic yoga? Here I share what happened at a personal yoga therapy session. Would you benefit?
I was nominated for the Sunshine Blogger Award! Here are 11 questions answered, 11 questions asked, and 11 bloggers nominated.
I never thought I’d be sitting opposite a therapist, until one day, there I was. I will be eternally grateful to ‘my’ psychologist. Here are four lessons I learnt through psychotherapy.
It’s taken me a long time to own the term ‘depression’ because so much guilt and shame is linked to it. To be able to heal, first, you need to own how you are feeling. I believe a series of life events led to my mental breakdown. Let’s talk about depression. It’s not a dirty word!
A partner with chronic illness My partner is a member of a group which offers many forms of support to people living with chronic illness. This includes an annual shindig in a beautiful chateau near to where we live in Belgium. For the past three years, he has been the token male at the five-day […]
Sometimes what frustrates us the most are those things that we most need to learn from.
Helping my ageing aunty – who has a book addiction – to downsize was difficult because she wanted to keep everything. But anger can mask a deeper feeling of sadness. Nobody can turn back the clock.
Food choices can be overwhelming. I aim to feed my family (and myself) a delicious, healthy, plant-based diet but I sometimes have analysis paralysis.
I have finally cleared enough clutter to leave a little space in my life… to start a blog. Here I share some decluttering tips with you. Keeping baggage from the past will leave no room for the happiness in the future Wayne L. Misner These are just 10 decluttering tips that I try to follow […]
Cooking was never my thing It didn’t interest me. I was never taught to cook at home (I didn’t know food can be love on a plate). Except for a few ‘Home Economics’ lessons from which I proudly returned with a ‘sausage stew’ that had somehow miraculously ‘worked’, I never managed to produce anything remotely […]