Something happens where you need to make a decision you are unclear on – because life happens. It is then brain worms enter the picture and cascade a whole range of spiral thoughts and complications. You can feel panic, lost in the moment. This isn’t a good place to make any decisions. Perhaps one of
Most of my plants are semi-hydroponic and, as a result, have catch pots. These are containers that hold the plant pot and collect the water. Often that’s overflow or drain from watering. It also serves as a reservoir to feed the plants. I work very similar to that where I need a system to catch
One of the things I’ve tried to do this year is actively working on creating side projects. This has lead to some growing form ideas, some not even maturing past the seed. However, it has taught me that even in passing, a side project can be something to celebrate; the sheer fact you allowed that
I love that my work means I get to be creative. However, one thing that maybe took me far too long to learn in this career is that I have to recharge that creative flow. When I don’t, not only do I feel it myself, everything becomes more difficult; honestly, my work isn’t as good.
I adore my brain; it’s got me some pretty incredible experiences and a great life so far. For me, a consistent thread has been communication; how ideas come from inside that headspace to the outside world. I am not different from many, but I wanted to share how it’s ok to be frustrated at times.
It’s taken me a very long time to work out that what I had thought of as meditation was not the only way. There is undoubtedly a place for stillness, sitting and being in the moment. However, that’s not the sole space of meditation. For me, I often find I get some crucial meditative boosts
Do you ever have thoughts that borrow deep inside your head? It might be a worry or a doubt that seems to multiply the more it stays there, the more into your brain it grows. I think of this as brain worms, and they multiply. Brain worms start typically with one thing – it might
If you say to anyone, ‘but I thought you were,’ this probably means you had told their story without them having the opportunity to tell theirs. They didn’t get the opportunity to tell you. Likely this means you also didn’t get their story right because the only true teller of someone’s story is them. Our