Striving to find some balance in my crazy little world.

A blog dedicated to what I am discovering in my journey in finding balance.


“Always take some of the play, fun, freedom, and wonder of the weekend into your week and your work.”
– Rasheed Ogunlaru, Life Coach
  • The Art of Patience

    “A watched pot never boils” I never really ever understood this as a child. Here is a little back story for context. I would love to help my Nanna in the kitchen as a child. I fondly remember helping her to make scones. Standing side by side in the dimly lit kitchen, mixing the scone…

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  • Just a note

    There is nothing like spending a few days away to help you recharge. We were not gone for long, just a few days, but it was enough. It was a reset. The beach is my happy place. Everyone in my family laughs at me when I tell them that the beach touches my soul. But…

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  • When your body deserves more than soft drink

    “Sometimes I drink water to surprise my Kidneys.” Does this sound like you? Honestly it sure as hell sounds like me! Growing up we drank Coca-Cola or Cordial. Seriously that was it. If you were sick the answer was drinking more Coca-Cola. Can’t sleep? Drink more Coca-Cola. Can’t concentrate? Drink more Coca-Cola. The magical answer…

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  • Waiting on a friend

    A quiet Sunday afternoon. My youngest is sitting outside, perched upon our cement letterbox. The gentle warmth of the sun warming his little body. “What are you doing?” I called out to him. “Just waiting on a mate” he casually responded. Oh, to view the world through the eyes of an 8-year-old. To peel back…

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  • The art of avoiding procrastination

    The definition of procrastination is to put off till another day or time; defer; delay. To put off tasks until the last minute. Even if you know there will be consequences for doing so. Does this sound like something you do or have done in the past? I know this is me. I am constantly…

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  • I am a daughter

    I am a daughter. I am also a wife, mother, sister, aunt and a granddaughter. I may have many names, but I am a daughter to two loving parents. I was born in the 80’s and had a childhood filled with love and laughter. We weren’t a financially well-off family, but our hearts were full.…

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