Getting Over The Wagon Dance

I hear the words “I have fallen off the wagon” at least once a week in my line of work. In fact I have heard it so much recently that I was curious of the roots of where this idiom came from and why the wagon is synonymous with being sober. So I did a little research...

The Art of Self Care

“We always teach what we need the most…” Before we dive into this topic let me give you a little glimpse into my background. I was a serious ‘people pleaser’ for most of my life and now a recovering addict of the ‘please disease’. I would go above...

Finding the Balance within your Mind, Body & Spirit

I have been on a path of healing and service for a while now and when I seriously think about it, I know was born this way.  Whilst I have veered off the path a few times in my life these ‘succulent detours’ as I like to call them,  have helped shape and transform me...

The life of a Chameleon

One thing I have noticed about myself over the years is that I am a chameleon. I become influenced and inspired by the people around me so much so that I take on chameleon like qualities.  On reflection I understand I have led this behavior my entire life.  Like a...

Poetic reminders to just let go

Letting Go. I would love to share with you one of my all time favourite poems.  The author remains unclear however I first came across this and it was said to be written by by Ernest Holmes.  These words really resonated with me the minute I read them and I keep a...

Ask and Ye Shall Receive

The complexities of life never cease to amaze me.  Watching how we humans operate and behave leads to me believe that we are possibly the most curious, bizarre and complex animals on the planet all drifting around in this ocean of consciousness that we find...

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