This is truly my favourite time of the year, as the current year is slowly winding down, the new year awaits, just around the corner, so it is truly the perfect time to look back and review how the year has gone; to look what went well, what didn’t, what to carry on to the … Continue reading Letting go of the old and inviting in the new
Lately, I found myself thinking about the concept of motivation when faced with another hurdle at the job front and I started wondering- what is it that motivates people and what is it that makes me jump into action? Do I get moving in order to show that the faith some other has put in … Continue reading The secret ingredient to riding waves
The other day I watched the trailer for the film “Tracks”, an amazing, true story based on the journey of Robyn Davidson who decided to trek the Western Australian desert on her own, accompanied just by her dog and four camels. I nearly packed my little four legged girlfriend right then and there: just watching … Continue reading Of connecting and unplugging from the world
It’s Easter Monday, a tranquil, sunny bank holiday, the sun is stroking my skin and as I sit here there is a sense of peace and calmness around me. To be honest, I don’t know all there is to know about Easter (or indeed Passover, as it happens to fall nearly in the same time … Continue reading The art of cracking eggs and grabbing life by the balls
Turns out the Beatles were right after all; sometimes- all you really need to help you through the day is a little love, and this love can come in all forms- virtual in the way of a nice email, or chat, via some kind words, with a heartfelt hug or a good conversation that helps … Continue reading Sometimes all you need is a little love
All those magic ‘P’ words.. Patience, persistence and perseverance. They all seem to convey the idea of sticking with something, of enduring and of continuing to strive, despite the absence of a sure promise of reward. But what a nuisance that is. It seems like in todays’ time, rather than working really hard for a … Continue reading the art of perseverance or, what was the deal with Sisyphus?
“..she was a showgirl”…for weeks I was singing this song in my head when I first got my little puppy, flown all the way from Cyprus over to me. Not even four months old, my mediterranean rescue and fellow lover of the sun, was found with her mom and siblings in a cave near a … Continue reading Her name was Lola..
A lover of sun, sand, the ocean and a salty breeze I always thought that if I ever settled it would be somewhere that included all of the above. I would imagine myself blissfully happy walking around barefoot, sand between my toes, permanently sun kissed, but not leathery of course, and surrounded by like minded … Continue reading rain drenched sun lover on a personal quest for insight