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Having It Together

  Sometimes it is easy to get caught up in the comparison game. Or perhaps you had certain expectations of where you would be by a certain age. We can all fall into the trap of thinking; “Oh, when I accomplish this, or when I finally do that, I will finally have it all together”. […]

The Unsung Heroes

For many of us, we work a number of different jobs before we find our dream job. I love the work I do now, but I also found passion for each of the different roles I’ve had over the years. For me, the greatest thing about the different places I have worked are the people […]

Transition

Do you ever have days when you feel irritated and you don’t know why? I remember having times as a child where I felt unsettled for one reason or another. Most often I wasn’t consciously aware of why I felt that way. I just knew I was annoyed at everyone and everything. Invariably I would end […]

Running Away

Did you ever run away from home when you were a child? I did. I remember packing my little school case, with my teddy bear and dressing gown, and I was going to leave home.  It makes me smile now remembering what I chose to pack. They must have been my home comforts. So off […]

For The Weary & Broken Hearted

At times it is almost overwhelming how much joy and sadness can be occurring at the same time. On one hand, there are many people I know becoming parents for the first time and I am so excited for those people. Yet, at the very same time, there are people losing their parents at such […]

The Most Rewarding Work

I find it so interesting that if we can choose what we think about – and we can, in fact we do – why is it we find it easier to think about things which make us feel bad? Or am I the only one? If that’s not the case for you, you might want […]

Lessons From Parenting

Sometimes as parents I think we have it upside down. We think we are here to teach our children. Maybe. I didn’t teach my children to talk – they figured it out. I didn’t teach them to walk – they figured that out too. I felt that l learnt more from my daughters than I […]

The Birth of Di Live

My gorgeous dad always said; “Live each day as if it was your last,”.   When I was widowed at 22 years old, this saying became really loud in my head. But as I looked around me it seemed to me most people finished school, got a; job/career, partner, house, dog, and children, then settled back […]

The Time I Couldn’t Talk to God

Throughout life, I always wondered if God knew who I was really.  Was He really there, like right there, for me to talk with? God’s answers to these accusations came to me during 1990. It was at this time that my husband was sick and in hospital for long stints. We didn’t know for sure […]

Having It Together

  Sometimes it is easy to get caught up in the comparison game. Or perhaps you had certain expectations of where you would be by a certain age. We can all fall into the trap of thinking; “Oh, when I accomplish this, or when I finally do that, I will finally have it all together”. […]

The Unsung Heroes

For many of us, we work a number of different jobs before we find our dream job. I love the work I do now, but I also found passion for each of the different roles I’ve had over the years. For me, the greatest thing about the different places I have worked are the people […]

Transition

Do you ever have days when you feel irritated and you don’t know why? I remember having times as a child where I felt unsettled for one reason or another. Most often I wasn’t consciously aware of why I felt that way. I just knew I was annoyed at everyone and everything. Invariably I would end […]

Running Away

Did you ever run away from home when you were a child? I did. I remember packing my little school case, with my teddy bear and dressing gown, and I was going to leave home.  It makes me smile now remembering what I chose to pack. They must have been my home comforts. So off […]

For The Weary & Broken Hearted

At times it is almost overwhelming how much joy and sadness can be occurring at the same time. On one hand, there are many people I know becoming parents for the first time and I am so excited for those people. Yet, at the very same time, there are people losing their parents at such […]

The Most Rewarding Work

I find it so interesting that if we can choose what we think about – and we can, in fact we do – why is it we find it easier to think about things which make us feel bad? Or am I the only one? If that’s not the case for you, you might want […]

Lessons From Parenting

Sometimes as parents I think we have it upside down. We think we are here to teach our children. Maybe. I didn’t teach my children to talk – they figured it out. I didn’t teach them to walk – they figured that out too. I felt that l learnt more from my daughters than I […]

The Birth of Di Live

My gorgeous dad always said; “Live each day as if it was your last,”.   When I was widowed at 22 years old, this saying became really loud in my head. But as I looked around me it seemed to me most people finished school, got a; job/career, partner, house, dog, and children, then settled back […]

The Time I Couldn’t Talk to God

Throughout life, I always wondered if God knew who I was really.  Was He really there, like right there, for me to talk with? God’s answers to these accusations came to me during 1990. It was at this time that my husband was sick and in hospital for long stints. We didn’t know for sure […]

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