It’s been a 6-year journey to finally get to where we are today, and for Zac to be comfortable for me to share his story about living with Ankylosing Spondylitis.
I am excited to announce I am now calling myself a Celebration Coach. Aww, I love the sound of this.
For, me this week has been a celebration of doing something I have always wanted to do and finally going for it.
This weekend is full of celebrations with my birthday on Saturday and my son Alex will be 21 on the Sunday. I will be turning 46. I will admit that at first,
I know what you might be thinking, how on earth are you able to fit in a sacred morning ritual, when it already feels like you never have enough time
I love these words, they couldn’t be more fitting, when I had attended a women in business network evening a few weeks ago.
It’s taken me a few years working out how I best study especially when you have a family to raise, work commitments and everything else life tends to throw at you. It can feel at times impossible to manage everything. I am here to tell you it is possible, because I am doing it.
Just imagine stepping out of your existing world and journeying to a place where you connect with your true and deepest self; a place where you feel the magical power of beautiful women, past, present and future. Awakening your inner goddess.
It’s that time of the year where we are all reflecting on the year that is just about to come to a close and we start to look ahead to what we would like to achieve in the new year. We try to create new year resolutions, which let’s be honest don’t work, yet we try so desperately to create them only to find by March we haven’t kept them at all. There is another way
I don't know about you, but I love carrot cake, and over the years I have come up with my own versions that suit my family's dietary needs. This recipe I came across in the Australian Natural Health magazine.
A couple of weeks ago I was fortunate enough to see a screening of the documentary HEAL, directed by Kelly Gores. It’s takes you on a scientific and spiritual journey that brings the connection of these even closer.
Why did I call my business Tulips and Tuxedos? I touched on the name in my about me page, but I thought I would explain it a little further
I have always been an active person. In school, I loved the school athletics carinval, yep I was one of those kids. But I hated the swimming carnivals, I am not a confident swimmer and I am scared to dive into water. A teacher in high school
I can, I will. This is what I kept saying to myself before making my speech along with some deep breathing exercises.