Growing into our power

It was my birthday this week. I am blessed and grateful to see another day, another year, especially during a time of worldwide collective grief as the pandemic continues. Despite the difficulties of the last eighteen months where I have been actively healing myself and learning from some very difficult lessons, I have finally beenContinue reading “Growing into our power”

I am not a virus or a China Doll.

My heart is heavy at the continuing rise in hostility and violence towards South East Asians during the last twelve months of the Covid pandemic. The recent shooting in Atlanta has sent shockwaves through communities around the world. I am born in the UK and of Hong Kong heritage. This makes me a BBC –Continue reading “I am not a virus or a China Doll.”

Inner Child Healing

I have been in a reflective mood recently. I had hit a brick wall and I was in a funk, recent events have jolted me out of this and I realise how much more healing work I have ahead of me. I’m now ready to continue my journey. We all have an inner child. ForContinue reading “Inner Child Healing”

New Year, New Me… or can I just be ‘me’?

1st Jan 2021. Happy New Year. I usually feel awkward wishing people a happy new year, especially after what has globally been such a difficult and traumatic time for many. I usually start the year feeling anxious for numerous reasons and I put that feeling aside because I don’t want to overshadow an opportunity forContinue reading “New Year, New Me… or can I just be ‘me’?”

‘Tis The Season To Be Jolly…

What does this time of year mean for you? Does it give you a warm, fuzzy feeling? Fill you with happy memories of Christmases with loved ones, handing out presents around the tree, being with family and eating lots of food, watching the Queen’s speech and having an afternoon nap then looking forward to anContinue reading “‘Tis The Season To Be Jolly…”

Love, Loss & Grief

24 years ago my partner died. I have never written about that time, even though I journal and blog. There was always a part of me that didn’t want to bring up those memories again, the time now feels ‘right’ as this month is the anniversary of his death. Grief is a cruel, ongoing lessonContinue reading “Love, Loss & Grief”

Lessons to my Twenty Something Self

Hindsight can be a wonderful thing. I was recently involved in a conversation about what advice would you give to your younger self, in particular to people in their 20s. This question has lingered with me for some reason so I thought I would expand on some of the lessons I wish had known atContinue reading “Lessons to my Twenty Something Self”

Lockdown Lessons

I have struggled to journal or blog since the covid-19 lockdown. My brain seems to have come to a grinding halt in some aspects but is also filled with noise and anxiety from around the world. I can’t help but think about all the lives lost, people unable to say goodbye to loved ones, domesticContinue reading “Lockdown Lessons”

Penny for your thoughts

I’m an over thinker. I have been told this numerous times and I am aware of it and yet I can’t stop over thinking or worrying. I have been speaking a lot lately about self suffering as part of my healing process, how my thoughts lead me back to the past too much, which ofContinue reading “Penny for your thoughts”

Resilience, Adaptability & Anxiety

This year has started off with a lesson in resilience and adaptability which has actually come from my cat and observing how she responds to trauma.  At the end of 2019, my beautiful cat Missy went blind. She is 17 years old and I love her to bits. The vet checked Missy’s blood pressure whichContinue reading “Resilience, Adaptability & Anxiety”