IT’S THAT TIME OF YEAR AGAIN! The time when we are preparing to turn the page to a new year, and a time when many of us take a little time to reflect on the year that was! I also like to reflect on how the year panned out – to be thankful for all the good, the fun and happy times – and even for the “lessons” learned and more challenging experiences. Continue reading “Reflections of 2016 – what a ride!”
Our energy levels can have a significant impact on all aspects of our life including our mood, productivity and overall happiness.
Here’s recent article featured in What’s On In Our Backyard with my tips for putting the ZING back in your Spring…
With only a few hours left until we turn the page on another year, I find myself reflecting on my journey through the year that was 2015! A year that I knew right upfront would be about personal healing – I just didn’t realise how much healing, or that my entire life was to become so completely transformed over the next 365 days!
If 2015 was to be a “Year of Healing”, it was because 2014 had been the “Year of Horror” – the worst kind of pain and anguish you could possibly imagine! It was without a doubt, the SHITTIEST year of my life (bold, capital, underlined) – and one that I would not wish on another person – ever!
The colours you’re attracted to can say a lot about your life and your state of well being, and colour has been used as a healing modality for thousands of years. Each colour has it’s own vibration and healing energy and links in with your energy system also known as the chakra’s. Colour Therapy has been used as an alternative treatment for many physical ailments and also to provide an improved sense of well being.
My beautiful friend Tina Galardi from Free Your Spirit Now wrote a fabulous article on this subject not too long ago, and I wanted to share it with you today.
WARNING! BUCKLE UP PEOPLE – THERE’S COLOURFUL LANGUAGE AHEAD!
I became very well aware back in my 30’s that I apparently cared just a bit too much! Cared too much about what people felt, what they thought – about me and everything else, what bothered them, what other people thought, said and did to them/about them. I gave a F*^K about EVERY FUCKING THING – and more often than not, it was to my own detriment.