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*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
*D in the A-Z Writing Challenge. Title and topic suggested by someone in the London Writer' Salon, 1pm writing hour today. Let's Dance. Dancing is to me a doing of wonder. A glorious embodiment of music that fuels and is fuelled by the soul. I have loved expressing myself to music since I was a … Continue reading Dance
*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
How PSYCH-K® enabled me to find my purpose and how I can help you be yourself, better.
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
You see, I am most familiar with death. I was killed the moment you put a price on my life. You decided the value of me was less than the value of the profits you were likely to make, the costs I was likely to cost, the prestige you were likely to garner from publishing … Continue reading Why dad’s death was not devastating. For me.
If you've heard recently about the Infected Blood Inquiry and read the media reports you may be getting the impression the NHS fucked up. You may be thinking that we, the contaminated community, are waging a decades long war against the NHS. That we are accusing them as a body of destroying our lives and … Continue reading Am I anti-NHS?