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Thought, growth, action. This blog is for professional woman looking for happiness. The message: it is OK for you to want to do something that makes you happy.
2020-08-08 06:39
If I had my life to live over  I’d dare to make more mistakes next time.  I’d relax, I would limber up.  I would be sillier than I have been this… The post… Read More
2020-07-18 10:11
Continuing to work on clearing my blocks for a better life, I am learning more about the shadow archetypes, and where they are showing up in my life.  The Child The… The post Sha… Read More
2020-07-05 09:45
I’m chasing happiness. Or, rather, peace.  This has brought me to a spiritual path, as well as a self-development path. In spiritual circles, it is becoming more apparent the some… Read More
2020-06-13 03:31
I have come to realise that happiness and rage are not mutually exclusive. Rage can be motivating. Rage can be the source of your passion. For me, I have rage about… The post Rage and… Read More
2020-05-31 08:17
It seems like now is the time. The time to move toward leading the change you want to see. There is much transformation and opportunity for change, as much of our ordinary… The p… Read More
2020-05-17 09:06
I finished The Source this weekend, by Dr Tara Swart. Despite it’s title, it’s actually about brain science and how to optimise your performance. It is an insightful book about t… Read More
2020-05-11 09:04
My wild woman archetype is calling on me, and here’s the cards I pulled: Card 6 Self belief is the magic key that opens up a better, more inspired future –… The post Wild… Read More
2020-05-03 08:38
The north and south nodes show up in astrology and in human design. Each year or so the position shifts into another sign, and a whole lot of people are born… The post North Node appe… Read More
2020-04-25 00:47
I listened to a Conversations podcast episode this week with Kate Leaver on the Healing Power of Dogs. She went back through history to explore the relationship between dogs and humans,&hell&hell…Read More
2020-04-13 00:31
The concept of a personality shadow has been known in the personal development and psychology space for a long time, it seems. And it is arising for me through some manifestation… The… Read More
2020-04-05 08:33
As I write this, we are in the first week in April 2020, and in the midst of the start of lock downs around the world due to Covid-19. There is… The post Flexibility appeared first on… Read More
2020-03-21 02:25
Over the last few weeks, I have been thinking about people’s online presence and behaviour more than usual.  I have listened to two podcasts about online trolls, both of which wer… Read More
2020-03-15 00:07
This is the second book I have read by Gabby Bernstein – Super Attractor. I have read The Universe has Your Back some years ago, and I also bought the oracle… The post Super Att… Read More
2020-02-22 09:28
I am participating in Amantha Imber’s My Year of Better. This is the second challenge for 2020, and it is the creation of a failure resume. I am starting in 2002,… The post Fail… Read More
2020-02-08 22:02
After having read The Odyssey by Homer, I then thought I could read Ransom by David Malouf. Otherwise, I had not had much exposure to Greek myths and literature, and so… The post Revi… Read More
2020-01-17 23:50
In 2019, I did a course with the Institute of Intuitive Intelligence. Because I wanted to be more intuitive, and I had read Ricci-Jane Adams’ book Spiritually Fierce, and I felt&hellip&hell…Read More
2020-01-11 02:55
The Odyssey by Homer must be The Classic, being one of the oldest novels to survive history (written some 9 or 8 centuries BC). I didn’t study literature in high school… The pos… Read More
2019-12-21 00:15
This time of the year, just before Christmas, usually brings some melancholy for the year that seems to have flown past, and causes reflections on the 12 months that have just… The po… Read More
2019-12-01 06:47
I recently found a beautiful little book called “1 Question that Can Change Your Life” by Monika Laschkolnig. It is like a self-coaching journal, with some theory and things to c… Read More
2019-11-16 08:33
I am an unemotional being in human design. The solar plexus is the centre that controls emotion in human design, and my solar plexus is undefined. A defined solar plexus means… The po… Read More
2019-11-09 04:25
For a long time, I have known that there’s far more to astrology than your Sun sign (your main sign). Hence, the Primal Triad starts to become more important.  I am… The po… Read More
2019-11-02 00:16
As I have been learning more and more about myself, on my quest for authenticity, I have realised that I have acted mostly out of fear. Wanting to control things in… The post Living a… Read More
2019-10-13 01:01
To be fair, I listened to ‘How to Fight’ by the buddhist monk Thich Nhat Hanh on Audible a little over a week ago – I didn’t read it. It was… The post How To F… Read More
2019-09-22 09:51
I inhabit the entire human spectrum inside of me – the terribly bad to the angelic good. And I accept all of it entirely. I have nothing to judge in others, only… The post… Read More
2019-09-15 07:15
The greatest source of suffering in life’s often not being our authentic self – losing the story of who you truly are. You may have been told that you ‘should’ be&hel&hell…Read More
2019-09-01 03:22
Personality A lot of our ambitions come down to our personalities – our strengths, our drive, and our Human Design. Some are very ambitious in terms of their career, and climbing&helli&hell…Read More
2019-08-25 06:56
Role Model and Hermit In human design, which I am just starting to learn about, my profile is 6/2. 6 is the Role Model, and 2 is the Hermit.  The first… The post Human Design Pro… Read More
2019-08-18 05:17
I recently discovered Human Design and had my chart done! I’m a Manifesting Generator, which explains a lot! Manifesting Generators move faster than everyone else. They can do the amou… Read More
2019-08-11 08:00
I am in a groove – and bitterness and frustration and dissatisfaction groove! I have written a whole book on my frustration – but it’s still a daily occurrence for me!&hell&hell…Read More
2019-07-30 05:26
I recently listened to Tom Keneally on the Stories Behind the Story Podcast, and he was speaking about Schindler’s Ark, which I haven’t read! Of Tom Keneally’s books, I&rsq&hell…Read More
2019-07-07 07:53
The vocabulary we had around the moods or feelings we are experiencing are often fairly limited. Part of being mindful is to be able to identify what we are feeling. Here’s… The… Read More
2019-06-30 06:36
I recently supported the fund-raising for the publication of a new book called “About Bloody Time: The menstrual revolution we have to have”. It was a Victorian Women’s Tru… Read More
2019-06-10 11:00
My uncle recommended that I read The Trauma Cleaner, after I’d read an article in the Saturday paper by the author, Sarah Krasnostein, and he said that her book was one… The pos… Read More
2019-06-01 10:08
I have known for a long time that my frustrations block my flow. I get so annoyed and focused on what is not working, that I cannot see what is working… The post Allowing and Receivin… Read More
2019-05-26 08:46
On Sunday 26 May 2019, I attended my second WOW Women One Day Event in Shepparton. I have sponsored the event both times, and the format has changed slightly each time.… The post WOW… Read More
2019-05-12 09:01
I have been thinking about ‘power’ lately, and the forms of power and how people use power.  The dictionary gives two definitions, of which I prefer the first: the ability o… Read More
2019-04-29 11:34
Australia goes to the polls for the Federal government election on 18 May 2019. The promises are flying left and right. What voters need to keep in mind is the values… The post Less t… Read More
2019-04-22 02:00
I have often berated myself for being quite masculine. I feel like I’m somehow doing something wrong, and not truly being myself, because of how I am – because of the… The… Read More
2019-04-09 11:25
Learning to love oneself is a confronting path. For a lot of us, we’ve been given many reasons to not love ourselves, and yet it is a necessary thing to be… The post Unlearning… Read More
2019-04-02 01:51
For me, over the last two weeks, grief has had a face. The face of my beloved fur baby. Despite how deeply and unconditionally I love this pooch, I made the… The post Grief has a Face… Read More
2019-03-09 23:00
I am a member of the Rotary Club of Seymour, the closest club to where I live. I wanted to put on an event for International Women’s Day, and the club… The post International Wo… Read More
2019-02-24 02:09
Intuition is generally what I associate with ‘gut feel’. Women’s intuition has sometimes been played up as a very powerful, and female-only power. But intuition is somethin… Read More
2019-02-16 03:06
There’s a lot of talk about working smarter, not harder. But how? Many will talk about time management, and others will talk about cutting out tasks that you can delegate to… Th… Read More
2019-02-10 11:03
Storyland by Catherin McKinnon is the fourth and final book that I bought off the shortlist for the Miles Franklin Awards 2018. This was my favourite! The story in this rang… The post… Read More
2019-02-04 07:59
I started using some guided meditations a few years ago. There is a podcast that I have used, and there’s also a lot of guided mediations on YouTube. I have also… The post My Me… Read More
2019-01-28 02:32
I like to read modern literary classics, as well as new Australian books with accolades, and I had picked up Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck some months ago. I have… The post Grapes… Read More
2019-01-12 05:49
I continue to fill my car with audio on the many kilometres that I rock up. There are quite a few old favourites in my podcast library, that I listen to… The post 5 Podcasts I Discove… Read More
2019-01-05 06:28
‘A Life to Come’ by Michelle De Kretser was the winner of the 2018 Miles Franklin award. Having read two of the other finalists, and enjoying both of those (Taboo and… The… Read More
2018-12-23 22:01
This year was very difficult for me, and a lot of others have said the same. But it was also very rewarding, because through the difficulties, I believe that I have… The post 2018 Per… Read More
2018-11-18 00:12
I had bought The Tattooist of Auschwitz after hearing the author, Heather Morris, on the ABC Conversations podcast. I just completed it, and it has left me quite emotional. It is… The… Read More
2018-11-05 08:12
I have spoken before about my ups and downs in business, and a lot about my personal development and trying to manage my mindset. Well, I just did an ultimate week… The post Inspired… Read More
2018-10-19 22:59
A finalist in the Miles Franklin Literary Award for 2018, I just finished Taboo by Kim Scott. This has a much more contemporary feel to That Deadman Dance which is Kim’s… The po… Read More
2018-09-28 11:32
I have my long term plan of being a writer still held dearly, and a vision of myself as a full-time writer is what keeps me sane and moving forward.  Most… The post The Writer in… Read More
2018-08-26 08:51
Shortlisted for the Miles Franklin Award, I really enjoyed reading Bluebottle by Belinda Castles. From Allen and Unwin:   With sea-salt authenticity, Belinda Castles sets the Bright fam… Read More
2018-08-17 10:03
I read the The Lucky Galah by Tracy Sorenson as part of an August reading challenge on Good Reads. I particularly want to read more Australia female authors. Because I love… The post… Read More
2018-08-12 06:33
I’ve had about one week of normal tempo in my business, after two months of hell. I had been working about 14 hours per day, for the last two months, and… The post My Bi-Polar S… Read More
2018-07-21 01:28
I have seen this book cover so many times, and thought that I needed to read this book! All the Birds, Singing by Evie Wyld won the 2014 Miles Franklin Literary… The post All the Bird… Read More
2018-07-21 01:22
The middle of winter, and the short days – it’s difficult to fit long runs in, but it’s time to get back into the gym for some weights and intensity workouts.… The p… Read More
2018-07-01 06:43
Things get clearer over time, the more you journal and think about what you actually want. But I seem to go around in circles sometimes, and I’ve come back again to… The post Mo… Read More
2018-06-03 05:57
I first read The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho some years ago: http://myjournalofbecomingawriter.blogspot.com/2011/09/alchemist.html  It was like a lovely fable, and I vowed then to read it… Read More
2018-05-12 08:35
I was interviewed for an event run by The Rural Woman for International Women’s Day 2018. Here’s the recording: The post International Women’s Day Interview appeared first… Read More
2018-04-10 09:42
‘Having it all’ has been about women being able to have a career as well as a nuclear family. We were told that we wanted a fulfilling career, as well as… The post Redefin… Read More
2018-02-25 05:03
It’s interesting – the more we say to ourselves that we ‘don’t have enough time’ to do everything we need to in a day, the more likely it is to be… The p… Read More
2018-02-09 22:52
A major sabotage of mine is that I am always wanting the world’s approval for everything I do. This sabotage shows up in a lot of ways, as I am constantly… The post Sabotages ap… Read More
2018-02-02 23:36
As a female lawyer, running my own law firm, and employing only women … I am a huge advocate for strong, independent women. I don’t advocate not needing friends and family&helli&hell…Read More
2018-01-20 00:52
The beginning of a new year is often when people make resolutions … and then promptly forget about them. Yet, we can make resolutions for change at any time of the… The post Se… Read More
2018-01-14 10:12
2017 has been a huge year of personal development for me. For anyone who watched any of my vlogs in 2016, you will notice that my focus changed from business (and… The post 2017 Wrap… Read More
2017-12-03 10:51
This is a short quiz to see if the ideas you have about Yoga are correct.  Yoga is a very broad description that takes in a number of different types and… The post Yoga Quiz appe… Read More
2017-12-03 10:49
According to Maslow, the ‘hierarchy of needs’ may have a structure that we can follow. And this structure makes up one’s subordinate, origin of survival, and the needs to f… Read More
2017-11-19 09:12
1. Sail around Australia 2. Follow the MotoGP around the world for one season 3. Do a TED Talk on gender discrimination 4. Write a novel 5. Go on a silent… The post 5 Items on My Buck… Read More
2017-11-19 09:02
You may be restless at night, tossing and turning in your bed because of excessive worry.  You may find yourself cracking under pressure, whether when preparing for a test or when&helli&hell…Read More
2017-11-04 02:48
Yoga has been described as a science which seeks to achieve the harmonious and balanced development of the body, mind and soul.  It is a system which allows us to bring… The post… Read More
2017-11-04 02:40
Many people wander through life trying to find their way to the road to success. Along the way, most people stumble, fall, and get back up to take hold of the… The post Life and Self… Read More
2017-10-14 23:06
I was lucky enough to be on the Advisory Committee for the Growth Faculty’s Women World Changers event this year. I attended the Melbourne event on 9 October 2017. The speaker…… Read More
2017-10-14 23:00
So yoga and sex?  If you are wondering what the connection is, you are not alone.  Many women automatically think that there can’t be a connection there.  This is becaus… Read More
2017-10-14 22:56
What is mentoring? Mentoring pertains to the development of rapport involving a more knowledgeable mentor and a less knowledgeable protégé or mentee. A protégé or… Read More
2017-10-08 00:41
I have always thought there was something wrong with me. I have always thought that I needed to change, to fix my looks and behaviour, and that I have always thought… The post How I G… Read More
2017-10-08 00:38
Too much debt is what too many of you know about, right? Yes, debt can be a killer when it comes to trying to make it, financially. Making smart choices and… The post Prevent Getting… Read More
2017-10-08 00:36
Many people are not successful at their attempts to take control of their life and frequently say that they lack willpower. Instead of building their self-determination to accomplish their g… Read More
2017-09-23 09:33
Sometimes you have to make positive adjustments to retrain your mind so that you can make room for self-mastery development. Sometimes you have to take control of your life by probing&hellip&hell…Read More
2017-09-23 09:25
Sometimes it seems as if life is a series of losses—the loss of a spouse, the loss of a job, the loss of a brother.  You may realise that you need… The post Surprised by St… Read More
2017-09-18 10:53
The last twelve months have been a major reality check for me – as in, my perception of reality. When I began writing The Cult of Dissatisfaction, and even all the… The post A R… Read More
2017-09-03 00:43
I read a funny-angry article in Women’s Agenda this week, about being a woman and being sick of being told that we’re doing everything wrong! https://womensagenda.com.au/life/jug… Read More
2017-09-03 00:39
Learning how to reform your conduct, which makes up your behaviours and habits, can help you successfully maintain self-determination. When you reform your ways, likely you will find the str… Read More

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