My life in London (and actually since I was about 15 years old) was BUSY. I had appointments every day, work, social life, courses I was taking, groups I was part of.
I had no SPACE to create change in my life.
Something that I used to struggle with is not having enough TIME.
It was all very well reading about how you could get loads done if you did something for 10 minutes a day, but I found that when I got stuck in to something, 20 minutes would have gone past then I would carry on for a bit and suddenly it would be midnight! It would put me off doing it again because I would be tired for work.
There was a time, a few years ago now, where I wanted to change everything. I wanted to change my work, my relationships, my appearance, my living situation and my energy levels. I wanted to wave a magic wand and have a different life.Read More
You’ve walked past the shop several times now. The first time, you were just sheltering from the rain and it had a convenient overhang. It was a good place to stop. You hung around a bit. And you caught sight of a ring in the window. A gorgeous ring. And you want it.Read More
I didn't get it for ages that my procrastination, dithering, putting things off, taking the 'easy' route was because I was afraid to commit. When you commit, the stakes get higher, the fear doesn't go away. And in the words of Susan Jeffers, you've got to feel the fear and do it anyway!Read More
Time, that slippery eel, which drags itself through flights, nonchalantly strolls through French lessons, yet whistles through an hour with a good book. That's if you're me of course. You will have a different list of disagreements with time. It will always get the better of us.Read More