Blog: The journey so far….

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What’s a lamb worth?

What’s a lamb worth?

On Friday, I put my control-freak behaviour to the test by going for a countryside walk, armed with only a blurry map from the internet.  It was meant to be a circular walk around the village of Henllan. At one point, a farmer showed us to a remote path that...

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Pencil, not ink

Pencil, not ink

It’s Bank Holiday weekend here in the UK.  And, as if on cue, it’s an overcast Sunday here in Wales with more of the same predicted tomorrow.  If there’s one thing you can count on is the weather being unpredictable, especially when there’s a public holiday....

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Tides are changing

Tides are changing

As I’ve written before, moving to Wales on the eve of a national lockdown has been a life-changing event.  The past couple of years has given me space to breathe, think and find myself again.  Two years before the strange onset of 2020, I formed a company...

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Hidden agendas and secret lists

Hidden agendas and secret lists

Every Sunday morning, I go out for coffee with my husband.  It started during lockdown when nothing was open except for takeaway restaurants.  We decided that our ‘date day’ would be a cup of coffee by the sea no matter the weather.  We’ve sat in hail,...

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Healing the temple of the heart

Healing the temple of the heart

Last week, my weekend revolved around a three-day migraine which left me feeling delicate and super-sensitive to electronic screens. I thought this weekend was going to be a repeat of the last.  Friday evening, I went to bed with a slight headache which turned into a...

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Mother’s (wound) day

Mother’s (wound) day

It’s Mother’s Day here in the UK. While it’s a day of celebration for a lot of people, it can be triggering for many others. Not everyone has a relationship with their mother (me included) nor might they have contact with their children (again me).  Motherhood...

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