A place to lay your head and rest your heart

Reset- it’s a new year!

Happy New Year, one and all! I tend to dance between the space of not caring about a new year and finding the whole thing exciting. A new beginning, a new start, a chance to reset and focus on what tasks and goals are needed for the months ahead. And indifferent because- well, it’s not

This one is for you

Well, it’s been several weeks since I was last here. A lot has happened and changed, I’m still processing the unexpected passing of my mum. With losing a loved one comes the inevitable shaking of one’s outlook on life, analysing what truly matters and where one’s energy needs to be directed. Grief and death are


Love needs to start with ourselves, but it shouldn’t end there; the importance of learning to love ourselves is so we have enough in our hands to extend to those around us. “Love your neighbour as you love yourself” is one of the most famous Bible verses. One that is quite often misunderstood, we think

Home: when being enough is not enough

When saying, “I’m enough” is based on truth then it’s able to withstand any storm. When it goes beyond merely affirming ourselves and focusing on what we can achieve then it becomes a foundational belief with weight.


How would you describe the condition of your heart of late? A place where gentle streams of living water cascades at ease? A house that has seen better days but the renovation is about to start? A raging fire that is about to consume and burn the whole place down? Or all three and so

Even here…

There’s a name slowly emerging to identify how people have been feeling from this chaotic past 18 months: Pandemic flux syndrome. At the start of the pandemic, there was an analogy being tossed around and it went something like this: everyone is in the same storm but not everyone is in the same boat. Some

In the battle, I found myself

I was speaking to a friend recently and she mentioned how she’s never gone through grief or loss before so she can’t imagine the pain that comes from losing someone. Which made me think about how true and untrue that statement is, I understand not everyone has gone through the grief that comes from death