Books feed my soul and inspire me to step up and into the one life I have.
Always deep in learning, these are the best of the best and my recommendations for all of us who are starting over again and stepping into our lives.

Making Money Last


The No Regrets Guide to RETIREMENT- Patricia Howard I’m a sucker for a great title and my love of books is no secret to those who know me. Deep in me is a drive to learn on subjects that interest me as I’m sure they do to us all that…

Love and Other Misdemeanours


A book to enjoy over a glass of wine and a long bath.Real life stories from Alannah Hill. It reminds me of conversations that you’d have with your best friend regaling stories of “remember the time when”…. “ Children growing up and our desire to keep them close, dating again as…

Thinking about Procrastinating


We all have that thing. You know the one. The thing you need to do, you want to do, the back of the brain nagging voice with a to do list that remains unfinished. The big project you want to start or the list of background chores that keeps on…

Soulful Simplicity- the big exhale


This week I finally nailed it! 30 days and I’ve regained my mornings again. Top obstacle to getting back to my old self was sleep. I’ve been craving sleep for so long, insomnia kicked my butt for the longest time over the last year and as much as I tried,…

The Art of Living Alone


Mastering the art of aloneness and the richness of solitude is such a loaded phrase for most women I speak to and work with. The conversations run deep by challenging ourselves to bridge the gap from the imaginary boundary where we as women understand that we are in charge of our fates and the drivers of our life.

20,000 Days and The Gift of Time


Thank you for taking the time to be here, read my stories of living a life build with resilience, grace and grit. We are made of strong metal, fortified by years of experiences and all the while open for new knowledge that helps us grow along the way.

Thriving Minds- the book


Busy Brains drive our busy lives. Finding much welcome relief and seeking our a little piece of heaven in silence to recharge is just the ticket.

Dr Jenny Brockis and her book Thriving Minds draws light to the constant exposure to noise. Voices, music, background din and low level ambient noise all adding to stress overload to our nervous systems. There are days when we aren’t sure where our stress is coming from, but take a moment to notice the constant noise surrounding you. Those of us who are sensitive to noise will suffer the most, however we can find our own solace in quiet. Here are my top 5 tactics to escape the auditory overload.

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Retiring Well


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