Let's be honest adults once the relationship has broken down, especially if it was quite spectacular, recovering from it can be quite a challenge
This brings me to the topic of today’s blog. Not only is my daughter motivated by her creativity, she is also massively motivated by money. Motivated to spend other people’s money and not hers, unless she really wants something.
It's easy to steal glances or outright follow another's path because it's looks bigger and better, and you think it may bring satisfaction
I forgot to look up and recognise the power of the collective and that the collective good can prevail
you are capable of amazing things, do not let fear hold you back
A true story filled with humour and the secret to overcoming negativity and using it as a catalyse for change.
The reality is we all have amazing sun kissed sky moments and we all go through incredibly challenging times. Yet, without hesitation the former is often openly publicised and voiced religiously; whilst the latter, seems to propel us to hide. To keep our pain and struggles on the down low. Is it a case of we don’t want anyone to know our business or do we feel ashamed, less than or even unsuccessful in comparison to other family, friends and peers?