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FEAR, COMPETENCE & CONFIDENCE

 Fear can be crippling. Today at the end of my un-aided walk, I crossed an uneven, slippery, dodgy bridge. It was only about 8 metres long but absolutely terrifying. I could see the cluttered bridge’s surface and its broken & rotted railings. I could feel the...

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Possibilities with Purpose?

Not sure what you're doing right now or why? I admit to feeling quite unsettled lately. Each morning I catch myself thinking, "What's the point?" 'Why have I reinvented who I am in my recovery only to underdo all that hard work? 'Why have I built a business I can no...

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A Dose of Social Connectedness

‘Social distancing’, ‘social isolation ,‘social confinement’ are all terms readily used around the world that instil loneliness, detachment and feeling desolate. This morning I passed a regular walker whilst taking my dog to exercise at my local park. I was glad to...

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 Preparation or Pessimism?

I definitely fear contracting covid19, I’m human! But what I fear more is the inability to manage my pain levels and the deconditioning that may result. Preparing for a disaster seems to give us the labels ‘Pessimistic’, ‘Hysterical’ ‘Hoarder’ - right? However,...

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Boost your Mood

I woke feeling quite consumed by negativity - bogged down with all that’s currently taking place in the world. What's more, as I've been unable to see my usual therapists, my pain levels are definitely harder to manage in my semi -isolated state. I felt frustrated,...

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Cadence in Corona Crisis!

Coronavirus has engulfed all aspects of our daily lives. Developing a meaningful routine is therefore essential for us in adapting to this upheaval and sustaining our well-being. Especially important after acquiring a disability! For many people living with a...

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Hula Hooping Opportunities

Social distancing; quarantine; isolation and rising death tolls- all terms that send shivers up my spine. We are social beings – right? We thrive on being included and involved. So, the prospect of any isolation and all that it entails is beyond terrifying. It goes...

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The Towel Challenge

Hi Everyone, I'd love your help in getting behind the #towelchallenge to raise awareness and funds to prevent, treat and beat stroke. This campaign began following the passing of Channel 10s Survivor - Lee Carselkdine's Mum of a stroke in 2019. To show their support,...

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Autumn – A Necessary Transition

It's finally Autumn – a new season. It's an annual process that marks the 'normal' transition from Summer to Winter. We know that in Autumn the weather gets cooler - old leaves begin to fall and trees must feel exposed! But, despite it being 'expected', any transition...

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Challenge to Change: Fear & Possibility

Are you feeling stuck? When asked about the stagnant spot we’re in,  we often say - “It feels like every day is Groundhog Day!” or “Nothing has changed for me or is very exciting!’ or even ‘I’m so bored”. These are common responses right? We really are just craving...

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