As I age, life is becoming more about experiences. Experiences are what makes life interesting, both good and bad. Experiences challenge us and change us. Experiences are also what bring people real deep joy. Much more so than things.
As I approached 12 months since my life change I started to think about how well I’ve spent my 525,600 minutes. It certainly seems to have gone fast and I didn’t think I’ve done as much as I would have liked.
For most children, learning how to ride a bike is a rite of passage. And you could say teaching them…
There are two things that are synonymous with the British summer – rain and travel. Whether you’re going on a daytrip or flying to the other side of the world, I’ve put together some tips to help travelling with kids.
Often in life excitement wanes a little when you experience the same situation again and again. Particularly when it’s something where you’ve experienced set-backs or challenges. For some people that excitement changes to determination. For others it changes to anger or fear.
Coming up to 12 months since I made the decision someone asked me yesterday if I still think I made the right decision to drop everything and choose life.
It might be because I love the countryside, or maybe it’s my Aussie genes, that I drag my family outdoors…
One of the things that pushed me when I was growing up was that I was always concerned about what people would say if they saw me stop.
I can’t remember a year in my adult life where I’ve started it with no idea what was on the horizon. Usually I’m looking forward to doing something, going somewhere, starting something etc.