Bring forth your Joy....

Lately, I’ve been feeling... “so serious," I know that’s a quote from a movie but I can’t remember which one. Anyway, this seriousness has got me in all soughts of funk and has had me feeling ungrounded and all up in my head…until the other day I took some much needed space—physical and mental. You see, I realize I had been falling into old patterns of behavior, focusing on ‘doing’ more in order to ‘succeed’ but I’d forgotten about the ‘being’ part and what can be found in just that—being me. This ‘being’ space is without doubt something that I believe needs more air time in everyone’s life—within this space I made a list of everything that brings me joy and for me it was minus anything to do with work, career, work, changing jobs, work, oh and did I mention work? This ‘being’ comes from the heart—the part of us that lies within, that little inner child in all of us that keeps us in the present moment, where wonder can be found in the little things like laying on the grass, gazing up at the clouds and making pictures and creating stories from them. I honestly love doing this.


So, this space I deliberately created gave me time to get back into my ‘being-ness’ and back into my heart to feel what I am missing in my everyday—what makes me smile, what brings me joy and lights me up from the inside out. As I put pen to paper my list began to flow and my smile began to grow—I could feel the seriousness within my mind dissipate, like a tense headache slowly fading.


I thought I would share a pic of my list with you, this is how it stands, at least for now. You might find yours changes occasionally or regularly—I know mine will continue to evolve as I do and that is more than okay. Within the space of ‘being’, and brining attention to where perhaps we could flex our joy muscle each day, we allow ourselves time to be more present, live less intensely and given time see that, what we want and desire we can create without the pushing and over-achieving day in and day out.



This is a process I am working through at the moment and I know will continue to do so for the rest of my life’s journey, I’m accepting of and okay with that. Being ourselves can be one of the hardest if not the hardest task we are given in this lifetime, it’s also one of the most special and divine gifts that deserves to be treasured and shared with those whom we wish to.


“We make space inside ourselves, so that being can speak.” ~ Martin Heidegger


May today you create the space to just be you, to write your joy list, opening up your heart in the process to honour and accept all that you are, just as you are.


In joy, being and with love,



Latte goodness…minus the coffee

Over the last two months I have been experimenting with alternatives to the normal cup of Joe. I have had a love-hate relationship with coffee for sometime and finally had to pull the pin on my morning Almond Flat White. The last couple of months have seen me on a journey of gut healing, thanks to my gut being inundated by too much Streptococcus bacteria and no Bifidobacterium (not good for optimal bone health, energy production, immune activity and vital digestion), I have had to let go of a few things in my diet (at least for the short term) coffee being one of them. So, like many I’m sure, it’s not just about that hit of energy that coffee brings, it’s the ritual of going to a nice coffee shop, smelling the aroma as you walk inside, it’s who you go with, it’s time out from your busy schedule, whatever it is it’s not just about the coffee. Hence why, I went on a little creative venture to see what I could whip up that would a) give me a healthy little perk-up in the morning without affecting my hormone balance and gut integrity, b) something that was warming and milky and c) something that tasted super yummy and satisfied my hunger for that morning cup of joe.  

Below are two recipes that fulfilled my previous nourishing morning coffee ritual. The added fat not only keeps me super satiated (I have this after brekkie by the way) but also keeps my blood sugars nice and even, and I feel clear and focused at work too…no post coffee jitters or dip in energy


Green Tea Shroom Latte:

·      1 cup of milk (almond, coconut, cashew, macadamia). I love to use half Coco Quench coconut milk and half Almond milk ‘inside –out’ brand or make your own.

·      ½ teaspoon Matcha Maiden green tea powder (love this brand)

·      ½ teaspoon Ashwagandha powder

·      ½-1 teaspoon Teelixir mushroom powder blend (you could use any other mushroom powder)

·      1 tbsp. Gelatin Powder (Gelpro Peptipro Collagen Hydrosylate Beef Gelatin)

·      Pinch of Cardamom

·      Pinch of Nutmeg

·      ¼-1/2 teaspoon cinnamon

·      1-2 teaspoon cacao butter or coconut oil

If need a little touch of sweetness opt for liquid Stevia, Organic Maple Syrup or Rice Malt Syrup.


Place all ingredients (except the Matcha) in a pot on the stove, whisk until combined and milk has boiled. Take off the heat and allow a couple of minutes to cool a little before adding the Match powder and whisking it through. Adding the Matcha later prevents the latte from tasting too bitter. Pour into your fav cup. Sit and sip mindfully and enjoy its yumminess!!



Golden Fatty Latte:

·      1 cup milk (1/2 coconut and ½ Almond or any combo you like)

·      2 teaspoons organic Turmeric powder

·      ¼-1/2 teaspoon cinnamon

·      Pinch of Cardamom

·      Pinch of Nutmeg

·      Pinch of Ginger powder

·      1 tbsp. Gelpro Peptipro Collagen Hydrosylate Beef Gelatin

·      1-2 teaspoon coconut oil, ghee or cacao butter

·      ¼ teaspoon Maca powder

·      ½ teaspoon Ashwagandha powder

·      Pinch of cracked pepper purely to help absorption of the curcumin found in turmeric)


Place all ingredients in a pot on the stove and whisk vigorously. You may have to whisk this one a little longer as the Turmeric needs extra time to mix through the milk. Enjoy!

Green Tea powder is a powerhouse of anti-oxidants 1 cup of Matcha green tea has as many antioxidants than 10 cups of green tea. Matcha also helps to calm the mind thanks to its super charged hit of L-Theanine 5x more than regular tea, lowers bad cholesterol, boosts metabolism and thanks to Chlorophyll which gives this nourishing powder its green hue, is also a good detoxifier.

Mushroom powder calms the mind, increases energy and supports the immune system, all of which have been much needed during my gut-healing program.

Ashwagandha or Indian Ginseng as it’s also known, is an Adaptogen, which means it helps to balance, restore and protect the body. It has many health benefits one of which is to support immune health.

Maca powder is another Adaptogen herb, rich in nutrients especially calcium and helps to balance hormonal health and works to boost energy, mood and memory.

Turmeric powder has great anti-inflammatory properties thanks to the Curcumin compound—don’t forget the pepper to aid absorption.


I have loved experimenting with coffee alternatives. Since coming off coffee I’ve definitely notice my moods and energy are more stable throughout the day and my anxiety has gone way down!

Have fun making these recipes, don’t be too rigid with amounts, if you don’t like something omit it or swap it for something else. I would say though do follow the exact amounts for the powders because they are what make the drinks taste the way they do, too much and you might find yourself pouring it all down the sink…that would be a total waste and shame.

Have fun concocting your nourishing specialty lattes.

Let me know what you think.

In health and happiness,





5 Steps to Decision Making

Have you ever felt torn, stressed or overwhelmed when trying to make a decision?

The decision could be what colour top to wear that day, whether to invest your time and money into that course or whether to move overseas to finally pursue your creative passion? However big or small the decision, I’m sure at some point you have felt unsure and even perhaps unable to make the decision yourself.

For some people decisions seem easy, but for many of us the ‘trivial’ feel complex and uncomfortable.

Here are 5 tried and tested steps, by moi to help create more ease during the decision making process. Practice and there is no doubt you may still feel conflicted or lack trust in yourself at first however, the more you go through these steps and repeat them, the easier you will gain back confidence and more trust will be built within yourself.


1. Create space: Sit in a quiet place with a pen and notepad and some soothing tunes, perhaps even light a candle or burn some incense. Create a space in your mind and body by taking deep breaths in and out of your nose.

2. Know what your choices are: You will know what your choices are most likely because, you have been deliberating over them for some time. Bring these with you as you continue on to the next step.

3. Ask your body how it feels if you were to choose option X? Close your eyes and imagine you have already made the decision and chosen this option, how does it feel in your body? Notice without judgment any tightness, anxiety or restricted feelings. Notice if there are any light and spacious feelings, or does a smile come to your face? Is there a sensation of warmth and relief?

4. Do the same above for option Y and any other potential options.

5. After completing the previous steps, bring your feelings, sensations and thoughts to your notepad—write down what you experienced, how each option felt and which one felt more aligned with you. If you are still unsure of your final decision go through part of your day ‘as if’ you have made a decision and reflect afterwards by talking it over with a loved one or writing in down in your trusty notepad.  

This activity can be repeated, as many times as you feel is needed. It does take some time to notice the subtleties our body speaks to us. Don’t be afraid or worried if a clear yes or no to your decision doesn’t come to you right away.

Remember, by practicing these steps you are building trust in yourself—a knowing that the answer most aligned with you will come through to you.


As Yogi Bhajan says, “start and the pressure will be off.”


Yours in ease and trust,



7 Steps to keeping healthy whilst traveling….


We all know that traveling takes us out of our every day routine, what we would normally eat and how often we would normally exercise. But traveling doesn’t have to be an excuse to let those things slide, keeping healthy is possible even whilst on vacation or traveling for work.

Here are 7 steps that can help you maintain your health without feeling as though you aren’t able to enjoy the luxuries and perhaps the added treats whilst traveling.


1. Stay hydrated: Our bodies are made up of 60%, to keep our organs functioning well we need to stay hydrated especially whilst traveling as planes, trains and automobiles can dehydrate us. Drinking between 1-2L p/day of water and even herbal teas is ideal for keeping our insides nicely hydrated. Your skin, will thank-you too.

2. Sleep: When traveling sleep can often be pushed by the way side, I get it—fitting in the site seeing, shopping and eating out takes time and you want to make the most of every second. But trust me when I say doing all of this whilst sleep deprived will only create moodiness and more than likely your day will come to an end sooner because you’re too tired to focus and enjoy yourself. So, getting 7-8 hours of sleep is still ideal, I find that going to bed by 9.30pm does wonders as it allows for those earlier mornings giving you extra time to see that bit extra wherever you maybe staying. If a late night is calling—perhaps there is a cool new bar that everyone is raving about and you need to try it for yourself, having a nap in the arvo is always a good idea so you are not missing out on those precious 7-8 hours.

3. Staying active: Chances are whilst you’re on holiday you wont be doing the same exercise or movement routine you do back home. Please know that this is more than ok and is not worth stressing about. You will probably be surprised how much movement you do in a day especially if you are walking around sight-seeing or doing other activities like swimming, hiking, bike riding etc. These are all great ways of keeping your fitness levels up—after all any type of movement for your body is great!  If you want to get your heart rate up a short Tabata session in your Air BnB or Hotel room will work a treat! All you need to do is clear some space, throw on some workout gear or trackies and move your body with 10/10 effort for as little as 4-5 minutes. This is one of my fav interval workouts from one of my fav people (Kate Callaghan) at Try this: 20 seconds of squats as fast and hard as you can followed by 10 seconds of rest. Repeat this 8-10 times!

4.   Food: When it comes to traveling it can be so exciting trying the local cuisines and indulging more often than you usually would. Again, this is more than OK. We all deserve to let loose every now and again and yes, there are always healthier alternatives however, if there isn’t it’s ok to indulge in an ice-cream sundae or that piece of chocolate cake. What I find works is eating a nice substantial breakfast, one that has all the goodies—protein, fats and carbs. Load up at breakfast as this will keep you feeling satiated for longer and your blood sugar levels will thank-you (no sugar cravings and hunger shakiness). If you can find a salad bar this is an awesome option for lunch, getting some greens in, along with some protein, fats and carbohydrates will keep you going until the evening. Some supermarkets have salad bars that cost as little as $10 (especially in the USA) to fill a generous size container that could even be enough for two people. Being prepared when it comes to food and knowing what is around in the area you’re traveling in is key to staying on track and feeding your body the goodness it requires.  See my next step ‘Indulge”, I feel this is a step in its own right because, no holiday is a goodie without a little indulgence.

5. Indulge: This friend is all part of keeping healthy both in the mind and our body. Trying new treats is all part of the fun whilst being away. The most important thing when it comes to indulging is to a) be mindful whilst eating it and b) enjoy a treat 3-4 times per week. Obviously, indulging in treat that are a little on the healthier side would be ideal however, if you feel like having a slice of cake with cream then this is also fine. My feeling is if we deprive yourself from eating the cake (especially if its one you haven’t tried before) you’re mind will not thank-you and you may be paying for it later. By this I mean, the stress of restricting yourself can do more damage than the act of eating the treat. Our thoughts are so incredibly powerful and have such a profound effect on our overall health and wellbeing. So, healthy or more on the unhealthy side of a treat I say have it but, enjoy it, really enjoy it. Eat it mindfully and embrace each bite, savour the taste and the moment, and even better share the experience with a loved one. You don’t have to share your cakeJ just the experience. Remember, stress from our thoughts can affect our weight, so rather than stress over the treat just eat it and enjoy it. Stay balanced it what you eat and your health will remain in check.

6. Gratitude: I find this practice to be a non-negotiable at home and abroad. Keeping up a gratitude practice whilst you’re away allows you to stay grounded in your experience, cements in your mind and body high-vibe feelings and memories of the days adventures. These feelings and thoughts create an energy in you that far out ways any negativity, worry or anxiety you may experience. My experience is that this practice also helps it feel like the holiday isn’t flying by because you are more present and reflective in each and every day. It doesn’t have to be that you write down what your grateful for that day it could be a discussion you have with your loved one you may be traveling with or it could be writing a journal entry each morning or evening, whatever works for you.

7. Trying something new: Traveling in itself maybe new to you although, I’m sure at some point in your life you have traveled somewhere new, even if it was a day trip somewhere out of town. Traveling to me is all about new experiences, expansion and getting out of our comfort zone and familiar surroundings. So, have a go on that roller coaster, hike up that step hill, talk to the locals, experience driving in a different country, try a new cuisine, say yes more and no less. It’s what it’s all about, the challenge, the adventure—this is what keeps us fresh, motivated and driven and allows those high-vibe feelings to pulse through our mind and body. This is just as important as nourishing your body with good quality food, water and restful sleep.

Happiness, adventure and high vibes to you,




Three ‘go to goodies’ you can do today, if you find your patience and happiness is put to the test….

Hello lovelies, I am currently in the midst of packing for our big trip to the US tomorrow morning….eek!! My excitement is definitely growing and I feel as though I am trying to do 10 million things at once, one of which was writing this blog post. Anyways, amongst my excitement I felt called to briefly discuss three things when you find your patience is thinning and you begin contemplating your state of happiness.

I have had this exact feeling for the last two days whilst working in my day job. I don’t know if it was because I have been itching for a break or, because I am itching to shift all of my energy into the coaching and entrepreneurial realm. Which ever one it may be it doesn’t matter, what I do know is that, I’m definitely not the only one that from time to time has their patience tested and their happiness scale slide from a high of 10 to almost nada. These three tips definitely help me bring more ease and calmness to these feelings of frustration, anger, resentment, anxiety, and stress. These three tools can be done at anytime of the day. I like to think of them as my ‘go to goodies’—they have become part of my daily practice, and to be honest I don’t know how I would live without them.


1.     Meditate: This can be as simple as closing down your eyes for 5-10 minutes and just breathing deeply. Slowing down your breath and focusing on it really helps to calm the nervous system and bring it back to a state of ease and rest. I don’t care if it’s only for a few minutes just trust me when I say, it helps and this is definitely my top ‘goodie’.


2.     Write shit down: I often find after meditating my mind is more clear and I feel in a space of deeper clarity, which is an awesome time to write out what perhaps triggered your patience to thin and why you aren’t feeling happy in your life or in a particular place or situation. This can serve you up so many aha moments and oh-my-goshes that you won’t be sorry for taking a little extra time to sit and let it out.


3.     Communicate: If all else fails or you just don’t feel like doing the first two ‘goodies’ then talking it out with a loved one, close friend, therapist or coach will help you vent and rationalize what it is you are feeling and need to get out. Truth is lovely, a lot of the time we are just so damn up in our heads that talking it out grounds us in the moment, and allows us to accept and know that what we are feeling is more than okay. 

Let me know how you go with these three ‘go to goodies.’

 Now, back to packing!! I cannot wait to share with you my upcoming adventures on my return.





You gotta start from somewhere....

Since my last blog post I took a leap—a planned one, but it was a big leap for me and was something I had been working on for a couple of months.

Two weekends ago I hosted my first workshop, which I called ‘An Embodied Afternoon.’ It was a small intimate group of beautiful women—who I guided through a meditation and then delved into a heart opening values exercise. This was followed by a little session on wellness and embodied practices, the importance of creating space in our day to just be with ourselves to reflect, review and evaluate the truth that resides within. Oh and of course, some yummy (if I do say so myself) wholesome food was shared and enjoyed amongst us all.

My intention for the afternoon was to create a safe and nurturing space where women could come together and just be, feel supported and nourished within their Mind, Body and Spirit. The reason I felt the call to write about it here is because, although I took inspired action it was far from a perfect workshop. And guess what?......That is more than okay!

I was super nervous, my cheeks were bright red and my heart was racing. But, aside from all that I knew it was something I had to do. I knew in order for me to keep moving forward, I needed to step into my vision to honour myself and what I believe in.

Stepping outside of our comfort zone and making ourselves be seen and heard is scary, and our Mafia mind can be incredibly fierce. But, if we don’t take that step and begin from somewhere then we are choosing to let fear rule our life—we are investing in the fear more than our vision, our dreams and our desires.

I invite you to set aside some time to check-in with yourself—where might you be investing in fear more than your true passions and life desires? Lean into the fear, allow it to flow through you, feel it and shine light on it and even write about it in your journal. You are not your fear my lovely, you are separate from fear, and I know it is NOT what your long to invest in. When we allow this awareness to come forth, we help clear the paralysis of fear and come back into alignment with our truth, and are more able to live in accordance with our deepest passions and purpose.

Once we make that conscious choice to take that first step and action our vision/idea, it's from here we learn and grow and fear will soon take a back seat. 

If you feel called to, I would love to hear your experience with starting from somewhere, how did you move through the fear? And what did you perhaps learn about yourself during the process?

I also thought I would share a sweet little recipe from my workshop. These little morsels pack a punch and make the perfect afternoon pick-me-up snack!

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     High-Vibe Bliss Balls.   Dry ingredients  1 tsp. cacao powder  1 cup Almond meal  or  Hazelnut meal (for nut allergies substitute with sunflower seed flour)  ¼ cup Linseeds  ¼ cup Sunflower seeds  ¼ Pepitas  1/3 cup of a mix of (bee pollen, buckinis, cacao nibs & gogi berries)  ½ tsp. Maca powder  Pinch of salt  1 tsp. Cinnamon    Mix all ingredients in a blender until well combined.     Wet ingredients    ¼ cup Tahini  ¼ Rice Malt Syrup or Raw Honey or Maple Syrup  Dash of water (to help combine)   Add wet ingredients to dry and mix in blender.    Roll into balls and store in a glass container in the fridge or freezer.     

High-Vibe Bliss Balls.

Dry ingredients

1 tsp. cacao powder

1 cup Almond meal or Hazelnut meal (for nut allergies substitute with sunflower seed flour)

¼ cup Linseeds

¼ cup Sunflower seeds

¼ Pepitas

1/3 cup of a mix of (bee pollen, buckinis, cacao nibs & gogi berries)

½ tsp. Maca powder

Pinch of salt

1 tsp. Cinnamon

Mix all ingredients in a blender until well combined.

Wet ingredients

¼ cup Tahini

¼ Rice Malt Syrup or Raw Honey or Maple Syrup

Dash of water (to help combine)

Add wet ingredients to dry and mix in blender.

Roll into balls and store in a glass container in the fridge or freezer.




The power of cultivating Space.....

If I think back to the time I was at a crossroads in my health and life, there is one thing that really stands out. There was no space, there was lots of pushing, filled in time, plans, controlling, busy-ness and loads of check lists, oh and fear. Yes, the fear of what happens when I stop?

You may be thinking “what is this space you are speaking of Sammy?” At the time I had no idea either, but let me tell you it is simple—not necessarily easy but rather a simple concept. The space my friend is, the time in between the busy-ness—the ‘being’ not the ‘doing’.

For so long, I ignored the ‘being’ part of me, I never listened to what my innate wisdom, my gut or my body was trying to communicate to me. Instead, the hustle crowded out this space and I gradually become more lost within myself, my health deteriorated and I couldn’t understand why.

Cultivating space for ourselves is so incredibly important. From experience, I would go as far to say that it is even more important than the ‘doing.’ It is within this space that I allowed myself to get real—listen to my body, and learn to understand why my health and life was taking a pretty steep dip.

I discovered feeling ‘stuck’ was a reflection of not living out my core values—which at the time I didn’t even really know what these were exactly. Here in lies the beauty and richness of this space, it not only allows our body to be and take some much needed chill out time—it gets us in the zone of curiousness, reflection and reviewing of what is and isn’t working well in our health and life.

I dabbled in this space for a couple of years, I dipped my toe in, got it wet, let it dry off and then carried on. However, each time I did this I would take a baby step forward (which was good) but, I would then retreat, my Mafia mind (or Ego) would take over and the discomfort of just ‘being’ in this space got the better of me.

“It is in the discomfort that we find ourselves, we come home to our truth and life lessons.” SJP

In order to move into this space of being, we need to be open to any discomfort that may be felt. It is within this discomfort things begin to unfold. We begin to see, feel and trust what is showing up for us.

Trust in this process, it may take a while to cultivate this space into your every day life—I get it. It took me a little over two years to make this a priority, but it is so worth it.

Let me share with you some of the ways this space of being has helped me realize and understand more about myself:

·      Why I felt that creating space meant I was lazy

·      Why my health had not improved

·      What I truly felt about myself

·      Why I felt stuck

·      What my body needed from me

·      What I needed to do in order to improve my health and life situation

·      Why my workplace made me anxious

If you’re in the state of busy-ness 24/7, feeling as though your health isn’t at its best and life is beginning to consume you, I highly recommend taking the time to cultivate space in your schedule. Eventually making it top priority and a non-negotiable.

Examples of Practices you can do in your space:

·      Meditate

·      Journal

·      Sit in stillness and breathe deeply

·      Walk in nature

·      Sip a cuppa whilst you sit and reflect about your day

·      Write a gratitude list

·      Yoga/stretches

·      Move your body to the beat of your favourite song


Please remember this takes time, patience and practice. Yes, it is a simple practice but not an easy one. Be gentle with yourself, start gradually—perhaps once per week and build from there. It’s a lifetime process that will continue to unfold; the more you grow and become open to what the space has to offer you.




One fun and simple way to release anxiety get out of your  head & into your body.

"When life gives you lemons, make lemonade."


Ah, the optimistic quote, encouraging us all to have more of a 'can do' attitude in light of any negativity or pessimism that may be felt.

But, let's be honest—sometimes this “logical” process (let’s call it Plan A), just doesn't cut it. Yes, we can observe our thoughts and think up new, positive and self-affirming ones. I get that the more you train your mind, the more it will believe those positive thoughts—I have written a guide to creating positive affirmations here (click here to download Rewire, Reset & Radiate).

But, sometimes our Ego or Mafia mind gets the better of us and just won't let that shit happen. What if just in a split moment you needed something to ruffle this stagnant, anxious feeling? So, if this Plan A isn’t working what’s Plan B?

For me, Plan B has been the go to when all the positive thoughts just aren't working, for whatever reason my mind is telling me.

You my darling will love this.

Raw Dancing!! Yes I said Raw Dancing!!

Belinda Davidson refers to this practice as Raw Dancing, which to me is basically dancing your freaking heart out like nobody's business!!

Before you think, what is she on, let me explain. Without getting too woo-woo on you, we are all made up of life force energy. There are areas in our body called Chakras, which energetically fuel aspects of our physical body and life. In order for us to be functioning like a well-oiled machine and for our energy field to be flowing nicely we need humming unblocked chakras. Often, we can be so in our heads, day in and day out, we begin to doubt, question, and feel anxious, stuck and stagnant in so many areas of our life. This concept of Raw Dancing has helped me in so many ways—detaching from the trap of my Mafia mind, grounding my energy and bringing my anxiety levels right down.

The ability to just let go of all inhibitions and dance/move to the music is liberating—you can literally feel your vibration and energy change. Now, I'm not saying to not do positive self-talk or reframing of your Mafia mind chatter. But, to get up, dance and get moving—getting out of your head and into your body is incredibly powerful—emotionally, mentally and physically and spiritually.

Just another practice to add to your self-lovin', high vibin' toolkit!

Let me know how you go.



PS: To find out more and learn from the woman herself, on all things Chakric health, visit -

PPS: If you are at work not to worry, take a break, step outside with your headphones and some tunes and either go for a walk or dance in nature and let yourself move to the rhythm of the music. 


Hello and welcome. I have finally written and posted this blog post (one of many to come). This has been coming for quite sometime and there have been many times I have sat, and written potential posts but have just left them saved in my little folder tilted ‘blog posts’. Call it procrastination, fear, self-doubt, laziness the list could go on, the important thing is I am moving forward and sharing with you, here, in this space. Yay!!

I have created a blog page as I want to not only share with you my thoughts, lessons, aha moments, life challenges and break-throughs on all things self-love, acceptance, health and lifestyle, but also, to be real and vulnerable with you. Because I feel that, by sharing and connecting with you in this way, makes for deeper conversations, greater awareness and a knowing that we are all in this thing called life together.

I’m here to bring light to a situation, to hopefully inspire and help you to truly step into your radiance, authentic self and live from a space of inner trust, love and acceptance. Because, once we make room for ourselves, and bring awareness to our health and situations within our life, magical things can happen. It may not be all sunshine and rainbows but, that my dear is life. With the ebbs and flows comes growth, development and an inner strength that only helps us to keep moving forward, allowing us to trust more deeply in ourselves and the universe.

I look forward to our fortnightly dates and am so happy to finally connect with you.