Welcome to my blog where I let free whatever’s in my heart and mind. Want to be authentically me (has taken me years to get to this point) and share my thought with you on education, life and anything else that takes my fancy.
Not saying you’ll always agree with what I write. But, you know what, if I can at least jolt you a little (like a gentle loving jolt) to get you thinking about your life’s journey and those that are on it with you then I’ve achieved my goal. Yay!
Basically, would love to hear what you think – please comment below and let’s get the discussion rolling big time!
Are you in the pursuit of burnout? No way! Why would anyone in their right mind want to pursue burnout? I hear you say. But are you? In our pursuit of our constant endeavour to achieve more, become more in the name of 'happiness' are we actually pursuing that which we...read more
I'm getting stuck in my positive psychology diploma course and, in particular, exploring Barbara Fredickson's (2011) broaden-and-build theory of positivity. However, today I want to talk to you about negativity because, as you know, when it grips it can pull us into a...read more
Feeling blessed to have been invited my Miisa Mink Founder of Driven Woman be a guest blogger, where I write about going from Burnout to Brilliance. It's a candid and frank account of my own journey, one that I want to share with the world - I'm on a mission - burnout...read more
Beliefs: How powerful thou art! Throughout life we appear to attract and encounter similar life experiences. We don’t even question it when we know it’s happening. Instead we just accept this is who I am and what my life is meant and expected to be. Well, it isn’t! ...read more
Throughout life we appear to attract and encounter similar life experiences. We don’t even question it when we know it’s happening. Instead we just accept this is who I am and what my life is meant and expected to be. Well, it isn’t! You think it is because you...read more
Education needs to transform if it is to support the children who will become the adults of the future. We, or rather the education system is still very stuck in the 19th century. Moving forward it seems disheartening to witness that despite children growing up in...read more