Some Musings of a Single Girl

I have been doing a lot of reading, talking and reflecting about relationships and finding love over the last few weeks, and I wanted to share a few things that came up for me which have been very helpful in framing my thoughts about attracting a partner.  It can be a difficult and lonely time…

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Love. Romance. What’s it all about?

Love. Romance.  I’m definitely not an expert in either, and I have definitely spent far too much of my life hiding behind idealism and romantic fantasy. It could never be as good as it is in my head so why bother, right? Wrong! I am choosey, but not in a shallow way.  I only want…

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An interview with Emily Atkinson

A couple of weeks ago I said I was going to start sharing the love of other empowered women and soul sisters who have inspired me by shining their light into the world.  This week I am lucky enough to share with you the wise words and wonderful story of Emily Atkinson, Founder of Fly Living and…

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Book Review: Spirit Junkie by Gabrielle Bernstein

I felt very drawn to reading this book and intuitively knew that it could be a massive help on my journey inwards.  But, curiously, I experienced some strong internal resistance at certain points whilst I was reading it.  I realised after a while that it was the fearful side of me that was trying to put up…

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Book Review: ‘Wild’ by Cheryl Strayed

I was already intrigued about reading Cheryl Strayed’s memoir of walking the Pacific Crest Trail as a solo female hiker when I saw that Lit Without Limits, a non-profit organisation supporting the empowerment of girls through literature, had chosen it as their July read.  As a woman who loves hiking, strong women and literature, I thought…

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Short Story: Under the Sycamore Tree

She walked atop the ancient steadfast wall, layer upon layer of stone rugged and coarse under the wear of many years. The sky above her was dense with cloud, low and grey and threatening rain. Below and to the left of her feet, a sheer rock face fell away to rolling green land, tenacious bushes and wildflowers…

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