living life and sharing my journey

Tag: life lessons

Is it enough?

Is it enough?

Having defined myself for years with the norms of London – Busyness, Action, Purpose – I’m now having to find myself in a new environment. And I ask myself, is living a content life enough?

Pick your own path

Pick your own path

You are in control of your path through life, so pick your path. Choose which page to turn to, decide on the next step, and through that decide the ending of your story.

Lessons from Mother India

Lessons from Mother India

BE HERE NOW. Those were the first words I wrote in my diary on landing in India and they sum up the lessons from my amazing experience in the mountains.

I believe

I believe

What you believe makes you who you are. How are your beliefs shaping your life and the world around you?

You are more than your job title

You are more than your job title

Identity isn’t something bestowed on you from your employer, your family or your friends. It’s what you choose to identify with.

Some reflections on journeys

Some reflections on journeys

Reflecting on journeys – whether life, career, intrepid or management ones.

I know then I forget

I know then I forget

I’d like to banish this myth that we find our thing, our passion, our path, our purpose and then hallelujah life is easy. There are blissful days of lollipops and rainbows but there are also days of pure fogginess. I know, then I forget and then I remember again.

The magic wand

The magic wand

There have been numerous times in my life I have wished that someone would just tell me what to do. What kind of job I should get. What company I should work for. Whether buying a house is a good idea in the current economic […]

New Year Celebrations? Nah, I’m celebrating each day

New Year Celebrations? Nah, I’m celebrating each day

You know how some days dawn bright with expectation and opportunities? Well 2015 kind of slithered in like a wet fish slapped to the face. The low level intestinal pains pretty much put a dampener on my New Years Eve Celebrations. Did someone say curled […]

When the rainbows and unicorns don’t come to play

When the rainbows and unicorns don’t come to play

Yesterday I awoke feeling emotional and panicked, lost in thoughts of “what am I doing” and “does it really matter”. It didn’t feel black or dark; it just felt like sadness. It could have been winter blues, mid-life crisis, or existential questioning, but the label […]