Since finally accepting my mum’s downward curve, mentally, and a few other stressful things, I decided to make a new start for myself. I wasn’t sure what, but new anyway.
I haven’t rushed. I decided to have a little holiday, at home. Time off from the usual. No counselling; nothing. And it has been amazing.
……Continue reading A bit of time off, a holiday, mindfulness, relaxation, getting stuff done – can I inspire you?
I am just starting my counselling course research project. I have chosen ‘creative art therapy’. Writing and
gotta keep smiling through adversity
Photography therapy will be my main subjects. I cannot wait to start as I have gained so much from writing and photography as self-help to overcome adversities in my own life since
……Continue reading Creative Art therapy, Writing therapy, unsent letters, photography, drawing, PTSD, trauma, anxiety, Depression, Dementia, Alzheimer’s, relationships, self-esteem…
Titus and I having a cuddle
I always get a diary (or three usually LOL) for Christmas, and I love to flick through those clean pages, thinking about filling them up with the written word during the following year; a new year. And I do write a list of things I want to change
……Continue reading Happy New Year, resolutions for 2015, why I personally make them and a catch up
July Sunflower and red geraniums in memory of my Great Auntie
I have a total of twenty three pot plants and flowers outside the front of my house. (I have no garden, just a driveway, but am making the most of it.
I have also lived in this wonderful little house a year and
……Continue reading Igniting memories for inspiration in life – flowers for me this week in memory of my wonderful Great Aunt! Can you do the same?
June botanical gardens isle of wight Ventnor 2014
June 2014 Carisbrooke Castle window
I have just spent five days on the Isle of Wight; a beautiful, laid back British Island.
It is like going back in time when it comes to the helpfulness of bus drivers, the attitude of the locals, and the
……Continue reading Inspiring Monday Blog! Fresh air, badgers, wildlife, walking, the Isle of Wight and picking up my pets; cat and hamster
My potted peach roses in May 2014
Before I start, I can tell you that I do not have a garden, sadly, but I do have a driveway area the front of my house and, apart from my car, I have a mixture of twenty odd pots close to the house door and wall.
……Continue reading Gardening is soothing, a responsibility, a stress reliever, gives a sense of production and the sight and smell of flowers is wonderful for the mind – my potted plant garden