Cultivating Self-Compassion: Wholehearted Living Series Guidepost 2

I am a really nice person. I don’t (often) hold a grudge, I’m good at forgiving friends, likely to let things slide and don’t automatically jump to attack mode when I feel they’ve treated me wrong. It’s good, it means I get along with a lot of people and don’t live a life full of turmoil and ire because “they done me bad”. But like … Continue reading Cultivating Self-Compassion: Wholehearted Living Series Guidepost 2

Magazine Monday: Your Serenity (bookazine)

There’s a fondness now for magazine pulishers putting out thicker, heavier versions of magazines, sometimes focused on one area of life, and calling it a ‘bookazine’. I suppose because it’s as cost-effective to produce as a magazine, but gives you more information on the subject, as a book would. I have, in the past, bought them on subjects as diverse as computer programming, crochet  and … Continue reading Magazine Monday: Your Serenity (bookazine)

Weekend Website: Montana Happy

It’s Friday. Thank Goodness. I know that wishing away the week makes a life go faster, and I do appreciate every minute of my life mid-week, but some weekends are just made to be anticipated. Like this one. By the time you read this post I will be on my way to one of my favourite places in the UK: Durham, in the North East. … Continue reading Weekend Website: Montana Happy

Cultivating Authenticity: Wholehearted Living series Guidepost 1

Living Authentically: What does it mean? I promised (or threatened: it depends how you feel about my writing, I suspect) to write about the ten Guideposts for Living by Brené Brown that are an important part of the book that has given me my word of the Year 2020: Wholehearted. I’ve read The Gifts of Imperfection, in whole or in part, a few times already … Continue reading Cultivating Authenticity: Wholehearted Living series Guidepost 1