The Redemptive Power of Boring Polyester

August 29, 2013 by  
Filed under current, Mothering Space

Things haven’t been too easy around here recently. Just the mommy-I-need-this-mommy-I-want-that-mommy-can-I-eat-all-the-candy-in-the-house-right-before-bedtime kind of hard, but most days, that’s hard enough, thank you. So a few weeks ago we needed to get new school uniforms for the kids. Before we went into the store, I wanted to prepare them. So I said, “This is going to […]

Is it Easy?

August 20, 2013 by  
Filed under current, Guest Space

Why is it that some people seem to be able to do things with such ease while some of us struggle with the same task or issue? Are they really doing it all with ease or does it just seem that way from the outside? Does ease come naturally to some people or situations? I […]

What If Life Were Meant to be Easy?

August 14, 2013 by  
Filed under current, Guest Space

It is an honour to welcome our guest contributor Julia Barnickle today. More about Julia below. This question has been on my mind since it came up in conversation a few months ago. “What would it be like if Life were easy, instead of being a struggle?” We seem to have bought in to the […]

Eating Well with Ease

August 12, 2013 by  
Filed under current, Health Space

Chances are you’d love to live a healthy lifestyle, eat wonderfully nutritious foods each and every day, feel confident you are able to manage the stresses of life that come your way – who wouldn’t? And chances are you actually know how to do these things. Of course you can. As long as there are […]

Give your feet some ease, please!

August 9, 2013 by  
Filed under current, Guest Space, Wisdom Space

Day after day you walk hundreds, hopefully thousands, of steps. You probably don’t think much about your feet until they hurt – that ache in your heel when you first get out of bed in the morning, the pain in the ball of your foot after an evening spent in heels, the throb of the […]

An Invitation to Ease

August 5, 2013 by  
Filed under current, Serenity Space, The Space

It was one of those moments where my whole body shook, my stomach did flip flops, and I had trouble sitting still. I had been invited to attend a workshop in Portland Oregon in the (US) summer. I’d never been to the US, and I’d never travelled overseas alone. My husband and I talked about […]