WE all have those little pesky demons inside us, running amok. Even the most confident and self assured of us. Proof if ever you need it, that we’re all human and all sailing this rocky boat of life as best we can.
TO be fair most people would argue my life has been pretty odd since the day I was born. (*winks*) But you know what I’m talking about right? That sense that everything in your world just isn’t going to plan. When things feel like they’re falling apart and no matter how hard you try, everything just doesn’t want to work out. Like it should or like it normally does.
I wasn’t going to write a post today. I was going to have a full day off and do very little. You see, I had some very sad news this morning. A friend of mine, the husband of one my closest friends, passed away yesterday after a battle with cancer, and so as I’m feeling more than a little emotional right now, I decided I’d step away from the laptop and
SOME days I feel like I could take on the world. (And maybe even win.) Other days it can feel like a struggle just to leave the house and face it, let alone take it on. It’s a funny ol’ thing confidence. Take for instance this week. On Tuesday, I was feeling bold, invincible and at my absolute best. Flying high and making magic happen. And then the day after. Bam,
THIS summer has been one of the best of my life. I have changed. I have grown. And I have learnt something. About me and my life. And, most importantly, how I want it to be. There are two clear stand out moments from the summer holidays that will always stay with me. Two light bulb moments. Two occurances which provided clarity and inspiration. Neither of them are anything out of
THROUGHOUT my life, I’ve been known to be pretty reckless at times. I’m a ‘jump in, head first’ kind of woman. I’m a leaper. I’m a ‘go for it’ shouter. When I was much younger I was attracted to danger. To excitement. And of course, to the bad boys. And as a result of this, many of my teenage years were challenging and by all accounts pretty damn awful. Because
TO believe in my OWN magic. Really it has. I was thinking how best to sum up this year and I struggled for a while. It’s been a real mixed bags of tricks for me on the personal front – some highs, some lows. But on a professional level, this year has been one of my best. If not the best to date. 2014 has been quite something from a
I WOKE up this morning in a foul mood. Like a really foul mood. Also, I’m feeling rubbish. Germs have hit the Portman household which means we’re all under the weather and I have a very grotty, snotty and grumpy toddler on my hands. Oh goodie. So I wasn’t very happy this morning. No sirree. But then I sat down, drank my morning cup of tea and read this post