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Trying Stuff

Trying Stuff

What I learned and could only have learned by getting into the game of creating the impossible. Even though dried spaghetti looks at 10pm at night like the perfect solution to stake your sweetpeas with because they are falling over and you think you are oh so clever...

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Creating Life, Insecurity and Jobs That Got Done

Creating Life, Insecurity and Jobs That Got Done

It's a simple yet profound thing to play our part in the creation of life. Planting seeds last weekend and seeing their tiny shoots this week - 2% me putting them in soil, 98% something other than me "life-ing". What even IS that? (I notice I have picked up teen-speak...

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Transforming the Poo Garden

Transforming the Poo Garden

Every year, I sign up to a 90 day program with one of my long-term mentors, Michael Neill called Creating the Impossible. I have a love/hate affair with this program. It's like having babies - all very exciting when you find out you're first pregnant, then once the...

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Discouragement-Proof

Discouragement-Proof

A little bit of research and I discover that there is a specialist rose grower in the UK called David Austin. And David Austin not only breeds the most beautiful roses you've ever seen in your life, but then I discover that if you tell them a little about your garden...

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Annuals, Perennials and all that Jazz

Annuals, Perennials and all that Jazz

Since inspiration has hit, there's been a week of learning. I've learned so much I will have to make notes for myself in separate blog posts to break it down a bit. Here's the main thing I've learned: Nothing is impossible. Things look impossible (I have deer in my...

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First Quarter Resolutions 2020

First Quarter Resolutions 2020

I haven't set any New Year's Resolutions for a while. For the past six years or so, I've ditched them in favour of being guided in the moment by that little inner voice that seems to provide an in-the-moment responsive knowing what to do. No resolutions required. But...

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The Start of it All

The Start of it All

The start of a new decade..and with it a new project. I live on what used to be a rose farm. It’s called ‘Rose Farm’. I’ve lived here for 6 years and despite totally ignoring everything in the garden, we still have a handful of roses that are determined to bloom. That...

read more

Trying Stuff

What I learned and could only have learned by getting into the game of creating the impossible. Even though dried spaghetti looks at 10pm at night like the perfect solution to stake your sweetpeas with because they are falling over and you think you are oh so clever...

Creating Life, Insecurity and Jobs That Got Done

It's a simple yet profound thing to play our part in the creation of life. Planting seeds last weekend and seeing their tiny shoots this week - 2% me putting them in soil, 98% something other than me "life-ing". What even IS that? (I notice I have picked up teen-speak...

Transforming the Poo Garden

Every year, I sign up to a 90 day program with one of my long-term mentors, Michael Neill called Creating the Impossible. I have a love/hate affair with this program. It's like having babies - all very exciting when you find out you're first pregnant, then once the...

Discouragement-Proof

A little bit of research and I discover that there is a specialist rose grower in the UK called David Austin. And David Austin not only breeds the most beautiful roses you've ever seen in your life, but then I discover that if you tell them a little about your garden...

Annuals, Perennials and all that Jazz

Since inspiration has hit, there's been a week of learning. I've learned so much I will have to make notes for myself in separate blog posts to break it down a bit. Here's the main thing I've learned: Nothing is impossible. Things look impossible (I have deer in my...

First Quarter Resolutions 2020

I haven't set any New Year's Resolutions for a while. For the past six years or so, I've ditched them in favour of being guided in the moment by that little inner voice that seems to provide an in-the-moment responsive knowing what to do. No resolutions required. But...

The Start of it All

The start of a new decade..and with it a new project. I live on what used to be a rose farm. It’s called ‘Rose Farm’. I’ve lived here for 6 years and despite totally ignoring everything in the garden, we still have a handful of roses that are determined to bloom. That...