Always remember – You are enough!

I’m a big believer in what you put out you’ll get back; and what I mean by that isn’t only your behaviour but even your thoughts need to be good. Boy, that’s a big ask, right? How can you go through life thinking happy thoughts and not even have a bad thought about another human […]

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Empath traits – Do you have them and how do they affect your life?

You’ll have heard the term ‘empath’ mentioned a few times recently. Once linked, in my mind, to a more ‘spiritual’ meaning, it’s now a term used by doctors and psychologists too. There’s a lot of information out there about the meaning of being an empath and how it can affect your life. This is a […]

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Winnie the Pooh and how it relates to modern day

Just recently we’re getting all fascinated with Winnie the Pooh again. With the movie ‘Goodbye Christopher Robin’ and the new Disney release, I thought it timely to take a deeper look at the characters. The story of ‘Goodbye Christopher Robin’ revolves around Author A.A. Milne played by Domhnall Gleeson and his son, Christopher Robin, played by newcomer […]

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The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

WARNING! Step by step Tracey B is going to rip apart your childhood films, books and memories and re-assemble them as a complex jungle of hidden mental health meanings! Not really, but I’m fascinated by certain childhood stories and then seeing where they fit into ‘modern day life’.   One of my most favourite childhood […]

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My special Sunday

Today I wanted to share my recent very special Sunday with you. Firstly, I got up not too early it has to be said and went for a four-mile walk. As I was smiling to myself while trying to learn the lyrics to ‘Rappers Delight’ on my walk I was greeted yet again with lots […]

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Put your best foot forward

Only too often people ask me what I do and sometimes I struggle to answer. Normally, you would respond with say “I’m a secretary, or I work in insurance, PR, etc.”. However, when people ask me what I do, I find it hard to put it into words. I usually say “Oh, I do a […]

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