AS Ive crashed eased into study life Ive told myself that I will be kind to myself, and patient as I figure something that resembles a routine. We've got lots of routine and structure in place, and that helps, but theres nothing like time pressure to highlight the areas of growth. Things like needing to make the … Continue reading Making Sunshine March
I have been meditating a lot on the story of Mary and Martha, reading commentaries and trying to piece together the thoughts that I have around that story in Luke 10. We know Martha was a God fearing woman, she was likely very capable. Her behaviour in this story, feels like an unfair representation of … Continue reading Journey Part One: Vulnerability
"Love yourself as you love others. If you don’t care for your own needs, you’ll soon be unable to care for those who need you." David Riddell The other day I was talking to Sam, my sweet hubby, about the many woman Ive seen suffering from a level of burnout - or more correctly, as … Continue reading ONE THING… An invitation to journey with me.
In the book Curated Closet, she suggests documenting what you wear for a couple of weeks - but that was wasted on me. I knew already that the area of my wardrobe needing attention is the mum uniform area. My wardrobe style is classic romantic. If you don't know yours, heres a fun test.. http://www.isyfashion.com/fashionpersonality.html. I … Continue reading A Curated Closet Part 2
I recently watched the Minimalist Film and what I found fascinating, was the way the people in the movie, had some "life changing" moment where at a cross roads, they realised life was not about 'stuff'. I wondered if what minimalism really is, is the art of contentment... learning to close the circle on what … Continue reading A Curated Life