Spring Equinox Dreaming: Writing A Book

It’s dawn of the morning of the Spring Equinox and the only sound is my fingertips hitting the keyboard. Tap, tap, tap write a sentence or two, delete. Start over. …

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On Dreams and the Choices We Make

I’ve never been one for New Year’s Resolutions, and this year is no exception. However, I have reached a point in my life when I’m ready to bravely name what …

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44 Things I Know At 44 Years

After I shared my ‘life review’, I printed it out and started scribbling in the margins almost immediately. I kept remembering things – big and small – about my life, …

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Turning 44: Life In Review

This New Year feels different, somehow. I started it by reflecting on 2017, and on all the years that came before. And this week I turned 44, a birthday that …

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Heart On Display: Moving Forward Through Fear

I was reluctant to share my writing and my work, to be seen; I was afraid of being hurt. But I hurt anyway. I shared the flawed way I’d been …

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You Protect Your Heart, But It Hurts Anyway

I wake up gasping for air, my body soaked in sweat. The recurring nightmare is visiting with increased frequency and it’s so vivid, I’m disorientated when I return to consciousness. …

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Step Back To Move Forward

I originally wrote and published this piece in 2015 on my very first blog – which no longer exists. I felt compelled to share it here after writing this post, it’s …

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17 Ways To Remember Who You Are

I stepped out of the building and onto the pavement and turned my face towards the setting sun. I breathed in the summer air and whispered to myself, “I’m free”. …

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The Space In Between

I pushed off almost six months ago, yet I feel as though I’m suspended in liminal space, existing in that time between the ‘what was’ and the next chapter of …

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Be Here Now

I’m hurtling north on an empty train via London’s Underground, willing my fingers to match the speed of my thoughts as I’m transported across the city. Even after 16 years …

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