Numbers

Numbers.

I promised myself I’d get stuff sorted once I was back in the swing of things. My absolute favourite thing to do with my business

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Out of ashes

Where were you when 9/11 happened?

Kim was inside the building when the planes hit, and standing in the middle of West Side Highway, just blocks away, as the first tower fell. She found herself covered in ashes.

This book is a testament to taking a tragic incident and turning the trauma into something meaningful.

The Eye Of The Heart

If you were lucky enough to obtain a copy of one of the three original gospels of Mary Magdalene, written more than 2000 years ago, you would be surprised to learn that the first six pages are missing! From someone who was perhaps the only woman whose heart lay close to Christ, her gospel began with wisdoms that, to this day, remain unspoken.

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Well, 2020 happened!

Well, 2020 Happened!

If I am being brutally honest, it’s been over for a while, but I am still stunned. The impact from last year has been minimal for me but I’m still stunned as I listen to people’s anxieties, worries and woes. Some are real. Others are perceived.

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treasure chest

Finding Your Own Treasure Chest

Occasionally I meet people who seem lost. They just don’t really have a clear direction or path that is their very own.

I’m always surprised. I’m surprised because in my own life, there is just SO MUCH I want to experience, achieve and do. Even if there were four of me, I’d probably never reach the finish line.

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Moral Bankruptcy

Moral Bankruptcy

Let’s start this month off by blaming my childhood education. Why? Because while I may be TOTALLY responsible for myself as an adult (except for

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Chaos and Clarity

Chaos and Clarity

The COVID-19 pandemic has certainly grounded our country and our world more widely. And I am awe-struck that my cancer diagnosis and chemotherapy treatment are

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Healthy Life Threatening Decisions

Making Healthy, Life-Threatening Decisions

When I heard that actress Angelina Jolie decided to have a double mastectomy as a preventative measure against breast cancer, her decision sent shock waves through me and those around me. It seemed like such an extreme course of action

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Man in the Mirror

Man in the Mirror

I’m gonna make a change The lyrics from Michael Jackson’s famous song are so powerful: ‘I’m starting with the man in the mirror I’m asking

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Cure for cancer

A Cure For Cancer?

I’m sure if anyone caught me in the act, they would swear I was having a full-blown, adult-sized, hissy-fit. At least that’s what it feels like but in a super-cool, releasing kind of way.

Every ounce of my energy was focused on whacking my bed like my life depended on

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unpacking suitcases

Unpacking Suitcases

So, there I was, yet again, surrounded by suitcases. Was I really going to unpack them all again? Nah, time to throw caution to the

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Numbers

Numbers.

I promised myself I’d get stuff sorted once I was back in the swing of things. My absolute favourite thing to do with my business

Read More »

ADVERTISMENT

Out of ashes

Where were you when 9/11 happened?

Kim was inside the building when the planes hit, and standing in the middle of West Side Highway, just blocks away, as the first tower fell. She found herself covered in ashes.

This book is a testament to taking a tragic incident and turning the trauma into something meaningful.

The Eye Of The Heart

If you were lucky enough to obtain a copy of one of the three original gospels of Mary Magdalene, written more than 2000 years ago, you would be surprised to learn that the first six pages are missing! From someone who was perhaps the only woman whose heart lay close to Christ, her gospel began with wisdoms that, to this day, remain unspoken.

Read More »
Well, 2020 happened!

Well, 2020 Happened!

If I am being brutally honest, it’s been over for a while, but I am still stunned. The impact from last year has been minimal for me but I’m still stunned as I listen to people’s anxieties, worries and woes. Some are real. Others are perceived.

Read More »
treasure chest

Finding Your Own Treasure Chest

Occasionally I meet people who seem lost. They just don’t really have a clear direction or path that is their very own.

I’m always surprised. I’m surprised because in my own life, there is just SO MUCH I want to experience, achieve and do. Even if there were four of me, I’d probably never reach the finish line.

Read More »
Moral Bankruptcy

Moral Bankruptcy

Let’s start this month off by blaming my childhood education. Why? Because while I may be TOTALLY responsible for myself as an adult (except for

Read More »
Chaos and Clarity

Chaos and Clarity

The COVID-19 pandemic has certainly grounded our country and our world more widely. And I am awe-struck that my cancer diagnosis and chemotherapy treatment are

Read More »
Healthy Life Threatening Decisions

Making Healthy, Life-Threatening Decisions

When I heard that actress Angelina Jolie decided to have a double mastectomy as a preventative measure against breast cancer, her decision sent shock waves through me and those around me. It seemed like such an extreme course of action

Read More »
Man in the Mirror

Man in the Mirror

I’m gonna make a change The lyrics from Michael Jackson’s famous song are so powerful: ‘I’m starting with the man in the mirror I’m asking

Read More »
Cure for cancer

A Cure For Cancer?

I’m sure if anyone caught me in the act, they would swear I was having a full-blown, adult-sized, hissy-fit. At least that’s what it feels like but in a super-cool, releasing kind of way.

Every ounce of my energy was focused on whacking my bed like my life depended on

Read More »
unpacking suitcases

Unpacking Suitcases

So, there I was, yet again, surrounded by suitcases. Was I really going to unpack them all again? Nah, time to throw caution to the

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