Downtime! The Joys of Half Term 

Oh! The joys of having time off from the ‘9 -5’. You know what I mean. No rush hour. No school run. Just the precious time spent with family that’s simply priceless.  I’m half way through my week with my kids and I’m enjoying every moment. They’ve told me that they’re having a blast too….

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Lifting as I rise!

I’m often challenged to use the platform I have to give back, to mentor and to give hope to others who look up to me. I passionately accept the challenge and continue to do all I can to live up to the high standards that I’ve set for myself.  I’m a fighter. I’m relentless. I’m…

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Be you! 

As one of my favourite singers, Beres Hammond beautifully sang, “I may not be rich but I sure got style…🎶” http://youtu.be/h5pM2XSEndw That’s more than enough for me, thank you very much!😉 I am more blessed than I ever thought possible. I live in a world where dreams are possible. Hard work, dedication and resilience combined…

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Thank you!

To all the friends I have ‘met’ online in 2015, I say thank you. For every kind word of encouragement that has been sent, I say it is much appreciated. For every tweet, retweet, mention, like (favourite) and all the banter and laughter, I say keep them coming! 2015 was the beginning of our beautiful…

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Embrace your ‘differences’.

It is often said that ‘variety is the spice of life’. We are also reminded that there are ‘different strokes for different folks’, which implies that it is almost inevitable that, as individuals, we will display differences in views, values, attitudes and beliefs. Parents instill in their children, the importance of having a tolerant and…

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Don’t mistake my kindness for weakness: update on my recent experiences!

“Don’t ever mistake my silence for ignorance, my calmness for acceptance or my kindness for weakness”. This quote made me reflect on a number of recent experiences. I thought I should jot a few of these in a blog post, so here goes… My reflections centred around how we ‘see’ ourselves and how this can…

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