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  • Vocation

    Are You Living Your Vocation?

    Do you feel called to your work? But then feel as though you’re not really experienced enough/ good enough/ the right person to do it? Or do you have a sense that there is something you should be doing. Something clear and defined. You just […]

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    The Counter Culturalist Joins Instagram

    There are a group of people (beloved by businesses) called “early adopters”. These are the folk who wait in line for three days just to get their hands on the next Apple product. Whether or not they want or like it. Because it’s cool. And […]

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    Abundance, Scarcity and Why the Fuck Aren’t I Making More Money for the Amount of Work I Do

    As artists and as humans: if you fear scarcity, the solution isn’t necessarily abundance. To quote Brene Brown: “Abundance and scarcity are two sides of the same coin. The opposite of ‘never enough’ isn’t ‘abundance’ or ‘more than you could ever imagine’.” Which is to […]

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    2014 – My Year in Numbers

    Wow. What a year. Of exponential growth on every level – except my waistband! It has been BIG. It was the Year of the Horse – and it felt like the year was done in the saddle – bareback at full gallop. And I know […]

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    Christmas 2014 – I’ll Do It My Way

    This year I’m doing it differently. Christmas that is. Not to the outside eye perhaps. But in the little details. We are skirting round the edge of a cold/flu bug, rather than all getting super sick. (Keep your fingers crossed for us!) Thanks to our […]

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    Moods of Motherhood

    Moods of Motherhood charts the inner journey of motherhood, giving voice to the often nebulous, unspoken tumble of emotions that motherhood evokes: tenderness, frustration, joy, grief, depression, playfulness and love. She explores the taboo subjects of maternal ambiguity, competitiveness, and the quest for perfection, offering […]

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    Shaken and Stirred

    It has been a big week here. One I have no desire to do again. Nor do I want to go into details with you now. But let’s just say it’s been raw. Real. Unexpected. And very scary at times. And for that reason it […]

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    Accepting the Image of Myself

    I have had a whole pile of really exciting teaching invites come in for 2015. Stuff so aligned to my soul it makes me deliriously happy. The first is Birthing Ourselves into Being, a transformational, yearlong virtual women’s circle – more of which another time. […]

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    Metamorphosis

    Metamorphosis – Lucy Pearce We had caterpillars.  And then after increasing to more than triple their original size, they all crawled to the top of our gauze butterfly house. A silent migration. A day or two of stillness follows. No more incessant eating. Internal alchemy […]

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    Shadow Work

    “I am Half Sick of Shadows,” said the Lady of Shallot. Alfred, Lord Tennyson  The deepest shadow is cast by the strongest light is not just a metaphor; it is literal truth. In darkness, contrastingly, we look for birth, transformation, and new beginnings. The Journey […]

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