Wednesday Wisdom

‘It takes something more than intelligence to act intelligently’. – Fyodor Dostoyevsky – It’s not a given it’s something you learn, often taught by those close to you. Knowing that you conduct yourself how you expect to be treated by others.

Tuesday Thoughts

Sometimes you have to do things as others don’t understand. Even when you have explained sometimes people still don’t get it. And quite often it’s much better done by you anyway. I use my escape of the beautiful outdoors to release the stress from inside.

Monday Motivation

I do not fix my problems. I fix my thinking. Then problems fix themselves. – Louise Hay – Whilst I love Autumn I am not a fan of the shorter days and after working all day, then getting home I have missed the day light to get outside and do something for myself. Therefore IContinue reading “Monday Motivation”


Words are like a game of scrabble you need to be clever how you use them. The way in which we say things can have a lasting effect on someone. Words are powerful. I am sure if you think for a few moments you could think of several famous quotes. And that If you areContinue reading “Words”


‘Today you are you, that is truer than true. There is no one alive who is you’re than you.’ – Dr Suess – I am very guilty of wanting everything to be perfect. And what we must remember is what is perfect for you may not be for others. Follow and read what inspires YOU.

The Mind

‘In a world full of doing doing doing, it’s important to take a moment to just breathe, to just be’. – Unknown – The mind is a complex part of you, sometimes your mind is shown in your emotions and way you are acting. Whilst many of our feelings and emotions can be hidden inside,Continue reading “The Mind”

First Look

I love it when I’m exploring places that I don’t know – what’s around the corner – what’s through the trees – what’s the other side of the building. We should embrace the unknown in every aspect of our life as we will encounter so much of it all through our lives. #TuesdayThoughts 📷 :Continue reading “First Look”