Happy Lughnasadh!

Lugh’s honouring of his varied interests and talents is helping me clarify my own offerings this week. I hope the new Monday Motivation structure helps you enjoy whatever you choose to do as you work with the seasonal energies of generosity, harvest and abundance, amplified at this point of the…

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Simple but powerful dream analysis you can use yourself

This week’s blog has some simple self care ideas to help you better connect with and understand your Self* through your dreams… Last night (at time of drafting this) my strange dreams included one where I saw a giant fox in the back field. It was the size of a…

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Do you ever feel unsupported by your nearest and dearest?

We all need to be seen and heard. Acknowledged. Celebrated. Being human, our nearest and dearest sometimes miss us (as we do with them). This week’s blog has some journal prompts to help you acknowledge yourself and others A poignant moment in the Jennifer Lopez Netflix doc, Halftime, has her…

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Start where you ARE

Do you ever get psyched out by the enormous gulf between where you are and where you want to be with your self care (and Self care) practice/s? This post encourages you to aim high AND bridge the gap When I wrote 365 Ways to Feel Better; Self-care Ideas for…

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What helps you when you CAN’T do your favourite self care practice?

This week’s blog post encourages you to have a plan b in case your equivalent of sea swimming vanishes. When something works well, it might need additional practices to counter its (hopefully temporary) loss. I’ve written about the importance of having a spectrum of self care practices to help you…

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What do Christmas lights have to do with self care?

If you LIKE them, and they lift your spirits, a lot! Depending on the kind you have, it can feel effortless or take some work to find that brightness. Like different kinds of self care practices. Last year was my first year with outdoor Christmas lights and it made me…

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