A horror story of gargantuan proportions
* "Write about what you hope to leave behind and the difference you hope to make" in the 21 Day Writing Journey I would like to leave a legacy of sorts. Not a mercenary one, as money is of no import. Nor, sadly, a familial one as I will be the end of my genetic … Continue reading Purpose
*L in the A-Z Writing Challenge. "Write about something smaller than an acorn" in the 21 Day Writing Journey I love ladybirds. They’ve got their own rhyme. I remember seeing them as a child on my dad’s allotment, which was his pride and joy, one or maybe two little red and black creatures at a time. … Continue reading Ladybirds
*H in the A-Z Writing Challenge. "Write about something you do on a regular basis that you keep learning from" in the 21 Day Writing Journey I love words and thus I love to write. I have always been this way, keen to express myself both through the spoken word and through the written. As a … Continue reading Help Yourself
*G in the A-Z Writing Challenge. "How do I start each day with purpose?" in the 21 Day Writing Journey What am I grateful for today? That is what ask myself first thing each morning when I wake from a restorative sleep. Ok, that's baloney. I do not have restorative sleep, I have disrupted rest. Sometimes … Continue reading Gratitude
*C in the A-Z Writing Challenge I'm doing in September Today I celebrate connection. In order to do that, I'll start with the converse. Is that isolation? I am assuming so. Isolation is a state I often find myself in as a person with a long term chronic health condition. I live with my husband … Continue reading Cornucopia
*B in the A-Z Writing Challenge I'm doing in September. A went a bit awry. Can I connect to myself? Healing is happening. But as I heal, I realise that buried within me lie fields of emotion. Great crops of grief, pain, sadness and loss reaching to the horizons of my mind and beyond. The … Continue reading Buried
What’s My Point?
How PSYCH-K® enabled me to find my purpose and how I can help you be yourself, better.
Happy to be Ros
So here we are. Writing for no real reason. I'm doing this during a Tap & Write session with Kate Marillat as part of her Taping Collective group on FB, which uses EFT to release resistance and blockages when you are trying to write. It's a great group video session that uses tapping to release … Continue reading Happy to be Ros
Dad's lymphoma came back this year and as he was in steady decline over the last month, I was inspired to write this piece for him in the middle of one sleepless night. I read it to him the week before he died. He "mmm"ed after every sentence. I read it again this Wednesday at … Continue reading Dad’s Journey