Monthly Archives: September 2014

Releasing the past and allowing sunshine in.

Has anyone else has really strange dreams lately? I know I’m going through a few major shifts at the moment: parent very ill, moving cities, and having started a job all in the last month, but really? Chasing a piece … Continue reading

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Spring makes everything fresh, new and alive, doesn’t it?

Heaps of new and exciting things happen in Spring. As a friend recently suggested, loads of babies are born in Spring (and not just human babies either). Then there’s the beautiful blossoms, the bees in the trees, the throwing off … Continue reading

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Parent Paradox

I see you Seethe with anger As he demands Bullies Blows his stack And you sit there A furnace of fury. Where does that fire go? And why don’t you help yourself? Demand he respect you? And the things you … Continue reading

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Shopping round for a deity

The function of freedom is to free someone else. Dear Goddess, Please, ploise, free my mother from her constant worrying. She gives me the guilts and the shits, and I am made to feel responsible for her mental health. Signed, … Continue reading

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Another Gunnas Piece Remembering & Forgetting

If I could keep present in my mind, The first hints of light on the horizon, The smell of the potential of The upcoming day I know, I know, I know I’d be able to keep the Black Dog at … Continue reading

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Some Spring Writing Fun

Here are some pieces I wrote last Saturday at Catherine Deveny’s Gunnas Advanced Writing Masterclass My very own up-myself recipe for changing the world via myself….. Do what you love. Take your mind off what you’re scared of. Don’t feed … Continue reading

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We Have Lift-Off

So it has begun. If I go back 14 weeks, my business was just an idea,a wee musing about what if…go forward three weeks and I’m enrolled in a Digital Marketing course, and find myself creating a facebook page for … Continue reading

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