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Processing emotions & pandemic edition journal prompts

Processing emotions & pandemic edition journal prompts

I have written things down for as long as I can remember. I would never call what I wrote journaling back then, it was more like incessant list making. But, I was never without a notebook. Fast forward a few years and I have become devoted to my journal practice as a...

Holding on to the joy when your life is crashing down around you

Holding on to the joy when your life is crashing down around you

I am not a stranger to feeling like your world is falling apart. In fact, my life has taken a more downward dips than I care to admit is normal. However, none of us are immune to adversity. No matter what someone's life looks like from the outside, there is 100%...

Positive Parenting

Positive Parenting

This is an excerpt from the book 'Money and the Law of Attraction' by Esther and Jerry Hicks. Not normally the book I would go to for parenting advice, but I tend to find tidbits of wisdom to support my parenting journey in all media I consume, as it is a passion of...

One foot in front of the other

One foot in front of the other

Just keep going. Keep moving forward, one foot in front of the other. I think, that perhaps, this is my philosophy to life? Because eventually you will get there, to your dreams, your goals. It is inevitable, as long as you keep moving towards them, no matter how...

Minimalist decision making

Minimalist decision making

My note from The Universe today was thus; True life mastery, Christine, is more a function of knowing what to want, that knowing how to get what you want. Incidentally, my word for 2019 is minimalism. “Let’s imagine this new year as a blank slate. It’s like an empty...

Maybe you should embark on a quest?

Maybe you should embark on a quest?

Last night I stumbled upon a gem of a YouTube video. It was linked in a post recommended by one of the few newsletters I receive - I am pedantic about my inbox and only sign up to the best newsletters. Anyway, the YouTube video was a talk by Chris Guillebeau at the...

How to Have a Really Good Reading Year

How to Have a Really Good Reading Year

In January 2017 I challenged myself to read more books than the year before. The goal was 52 books, a book for each week (it's what the happier, healthier, more successful people are doing, you know). Oh my, how I failed so miserably... I later changed my goal to 30...

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Graphic design and web development has given me the opportunity to work from home and earn a livable income. This way I get to help create amazing things with the most wonderful people whilst continuing my most important work – mothering my babies.

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