Sunday, June 24, 2012

Habitude One and Five

If you've been playing along at home, you'll know that habitude is my new word for the new 'habits' and 'attitudes' that I am adding to my lifestyle. Six in fact. Each week.

I started adding six new habitudes
Wednesday 13 June 2012, therefore I am well in to my second week.  I've been trying to get a blog post out for the past five days, but there is a lot of content I'm trying to condense into a readable format.  I think because this is a blog about my personal journey, and seeing that my degree is in interior design and not medicine, I will forego a lot of the scientific/medical reporting (you're smart people, you can read books, talk to your doctor and ask Mr Google for more information should you require it) in place of a very general summary of what I have learned over the years.

Saturday, June 16, 2012


Righty oh.
Buckle Up Baby...Here We Go

I've buckled up
and strapped myself in for the ride of my life. I hope.
This little experiment of mine has the potential to be huge in my world. A game changer.
I'm actually quite excited about this little adventure I've just embarked upon.
It's been a long time in the making. 7 years of research.
A lifetime of learning.

I think I have most of the parts in place.
Of course you can never have all your ducks in a row completely, for life is ever changing.  We need to be able to grow and change if we wish to thrive and excel.  I have always been fearful of change. It never sat comfortably with me.  I admire those people immensely who look fear in the face and flip it the middle finger.  Those who embrace change with gusto.

Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Ready, set...

This is a super long post. Apologies in advance. 
There's lots to say first time back in ten months.
Hope you'll hang in there.  Future posts will be more like me - short ;-)

Hello old friends.
It's been a while since my last confession blog post.  I have been a bit neglectful of late of this lovely little space I call my blog.  So I've decided to commit to a more regular writing schedule.  Regular for me does not necessarily mean every day...or even every second (or third...). By aiming for one day a week, I can give myself copious amounts of praise and a pat on the back if I manage to make that happen (because not unlike a puppy, I work well with praise).