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Maybe swearing will help

Maybe swearing will help

Swearing can be the most powerful utterance we can make. Fuck you! Fuck NO! Fuck yeah! Fucking hell yes! Fuck my Life. Fancy as Fuck.   So often we can't change our circumstances.   The only way we have to accept our circumstances, when they're shitty, is...

Women who are opting out

Women who are opting out

A few clever women I know. Women at the top of their game. Women who seemingly have it all, are opting out. Opting out of relentlessly burning their candles at both ends. And they are making decisions. “You really can have everything… just not at the same time” isn’t...

The Beginnings of Bravery Box

The Beginnings of Bravery Box

Pop over to the link to listen to the interview of Tanya and Shane Richards about the beginnings of Bravery Box and Cancer's utter lack of manners. https://www.abc.net.au/radio/brisbane/programs/mornings/bravery-box-nurse-shane-and-tanya-allan/13122910

My hard doesn’t make your hard any easier

My hard doesn’t make your hard any easier

Hard isn’t a competition, there's no podium finish for those in the most pain. But comparing pain CAN lead to a feeling of isolation (for both you AND your friends). We need to look our hard stuff right in the eye and say ‘I see you’. Dismissing your sadness because...

Step away from the Mum Guilt

Step away from the Mum Guilt

The only way I can genuinely teach my children that other people have their back... is when I fail them. The only way I can teach my children to stand alone, is when I stand aside The first time I began to understand this, I was at the funeral of a childhood friend....

Eating ANGRY for Breakfast

Eating ANGRY for Breakfast

​​Breakfast of champions, right?   Shovel in some angry with your Weetabix? Delish.   Whatever your story with a ‘insert really difficult shit show with your kids here’ - the one consistent emotion seems to be a bubbling rage kind of anger. My shit show is...

My grey hair IS my self care

My grey hair IS my self care

Greying is a radical act. It’s embracing the age you actually are, rejecting the pressure to look a decade younger and then STILL demanding to be SEEN

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