The Soundtrack to the Journey of My Life: A Playlist for Freedom

March 22, 2010 by  
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Rainer Maria Rilke once wrote “The only journey is the journey within” and boy were they right! For me it’s been a constant discovery of who I am and looking at lessons I’ve learnt (or avoided) along the way. Sometimes it would be simpler to recall the journeys around Australia or Italy but that’s what […]

Journeys to Better Relationships

March 22, 2010 by  
Filed under Relationship Space

I’ve said it plenty of times before … Better Relationships are a journey not a destination! It’s all about the journey because let’s face it you’re never going to get perfection ie reach the destination, so you might as well saddle up for the ride. Now I could get all serious and prosaic about it […]

Track of Light

March 22, 2010 by  
Filed under Kitchen Table Space

“I will not wish thee riches, nor the glow of greatness, but that wherever thou go some weary heart shall gladden at thy smile, or shadowed life know sunshine for awhile. And so thy path shall be a track of light, like angels’ footsteps passing through the night.” ~ Blessing from a church wall in […]

An American Midwife in Mexico

March 22, 2010 by  
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We are thrilled to welcome Stacey Curnow, Midwife for Your Life, back as our guest writer today. More about Stacey below. When I started working as a midwife 11 years ago I joined a wonderful private practice. I worked in a clinic five days a week and was on call for births 7-8 days of […]

A History of It’s Own

March 15, 2010 by  
Filed under Design Space

I am so excited that this month’s theme is journey, because it is completely in line with my latest design fascination. It seems every time I flip the page of a magazine, or browse a design photo gallery, my eyes are instantly drawn to the beautiful antique piece so delicately displayed. It doesn’t matter whether […]

Wild Women Don’t Do Paths

March 15, 2010 by  
Filed under Nature Space

From a very young age we are encouraged to keep to the path.  After all, just look what happened to Little Red Riding Hood when she wandered off in search of wildflowers! Or the sad case of Hansel & Gretel, left alone in the forest with no path to follow, and their makeshift breadcrumb path […]

Your Journey – Let Feng Shui Help You on Your Way

March 15, 2010 by  
Filed under Feng Shui Space, Guest Space

We are thrilled to welcome Linda Binns, Feng Shui Success Strategist, as our guest writer today. More about Linda below. Many people think of Feng Shui as some aspect of interior design or moving furniture, and although those certainly can be aspects of Feng Shui, it is so much more than that. In essence your […]

Writing Memoir – Using A Favorite Search Engine as Your Personal Muse

March 8, 2010 by  
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The memoir project for our second month uses an easy research tool to prompt your memoir writing. (If you missed the introduction on memoir writing, and the first memoir project using list writing, check out February’s Memoir Space.) Using the internet for research provides a great avenue for retrieving memories. Here is a simple technique […]

The Swagman

March 8, 2010 by  
Filed under Living Space

He walked up the long driveway to my grandparent’s farm late one afternoon looking for work. He was a small, bent man but there was something durable about him. His jeans were creased and dirty as was his shirt. His boots were scuffed. His hat carried dust on the broad brim and there was a […]

Spiritual Journey

March 8, 2010 by  
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Journey – another word close to my heart. I thought I would share with you this month some of my own spiritual journey as a reflection. I’ll start with one of my favourite memes, Buddhism’s “When the student is ready, the teacher will appear”. In the early 80s my mum discovered the ‘bible’, Frederick Bailes’ Hidden […]

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