Last week I uploaded a post on my feed with a caption that I would soon realise resonated with so many. Have a look below Many people reached out or commented on how it resonated with them. Some ask 'how did you heal after a heartbreak' Others ask 'does the pain ever stop' My answer … Continue reading Heartbreak; the wound that heals
Reading time: 6 minutes It's interesting that now we have greater appreciation for the little things. For me it’s my ability to go and see friends when I want, being able to drive to church on a Sunday morning and my nail tech! Gosh How I appreciate my nail tech right now. With more time … Continue reading The quarantine pressure trap
I woke up this morning at about 4am with every intention to go back to sleep for another hour before I officially started my day. But of course that did not happen! I turned over to scroll through my phone and a notification popped up saying - iPhone storage full - please delete items to … Continue reading Time to delete
30 days! That is how long I have to decide if I keep my blog or if I delete it. Let me rewind and tell you how this all started. At approximately 12.15 this afternoon, I was sitting at my desk when an email came in saying ‘Thank you for your auto renewal with WordPress. … Continue reading 30 Days
Recently I've been racking my brain about how it can sometimes be so easy for us to walk away from things or people. I was speaking to a friend a few days ago and they said 'Sarah it's like you have this switch. Once you're done with something, you can switch off your emotions and … Continue reading Love is not a feeling
How do you know when you're ready? Ready to move on from your job, ready to start that new business, ready to move on into a new relationship? The truth is, are you ever ready? Now don't get me wrong, I believe that there has to be an indication of readiness. Not the 2019 version … Continue reading Am I Ready?
Over the years I have found myself being more and more faced with the reality that I am a woman. It's not that I just woke up one day and realised that this is the case. But the more I progress in my career, the more I watch my friends who are mothers make rapid … Continue reading I am a Woman
It was foolish of me to believe that life would all of a sudden be easy. That I was exempt from the challenges that everyone else face because 'I had been through enough' I believed that once it was over, I mean the crying, the recovery of the money lost and the heart ache, that … Continue reading There is a reason