In any given day of any week, month or year we process roughly 60,000 thoughts. But only 1,000 of these thoughts are new. That’s a staggering 98.33% of our consciousness replaying the same scenario’s, memories, stories, ideas and thought patterns internally. Without us realising it, we are running our lives operating out of the mentalContinue reading “#11 Would you want your 5 year old self making decisions for you as an adult?”
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#7 The power of our mind can heal and hinder.
I have two friends battling heroically with breast cancer this year. Both having similar treatments but in various orders. I caught up with one of the friends the other day. She’d finished her course of chemo, road tested two different drug combinations both of which causing awful side effects. She is getting ready to haveContinue reading “#7 The power of our mind can heal and hinder.”
#6 I feel pretty.
When you look at yourself in the mirror what do you see?…For me I see how I feel. My ‘Year of 39’ journey is littered with many quests. One such task is to be the healthiest version of myself. No quick fixes aloud, a.k.a starving myself before the 40th birthday draws near. This year isContinue reading “#6 I feel pretty.”
#4 Standing out from the crowd
The last time I wrote, I talked about the need to challenge and push myself in my last year of my thirties. The very next day of writing I was presented with a challenge of a different kind. My 5-year-old son woke me at half midnight on a Monday morning screaming. He’d been sick inContinue reading “#4 Standing out from the crowd”