Tag Archives: anxiety

How brave are you?

Mummy says that I am a very brave kitty!

Mummy says that I am a very brave kitty!


Do you ever stop to think about how brave you are? Continue reading

Do you let the sound of your own wheels drive you crazy????

I am always worrying about things...it make my head ache!

I am always worrying about things…it make my head ache!

When you are going about your normal day, what is your mind doing? Is it with you or is it against you? I don’t know about you but my mind is constantly chatting. The only time it is not is when: I am asleep; I am really focused on a task or when I am listening to others. The rest of the time my mind is tuned into “my own internal chatter station”. I tell you it is one busy station. My issue is, that I have come to realize that a large portion of “my chatter station time” is spent worrying/concerned and just plain overthinking. I can go for hours worrying about a friend’s problem, a family member’s situation, how to fit too much in to my day/week, work issues etc…….I have realized that I am creating my own continual, low level stress. Are you, too, a little guilty of letting your thoughts take over???

I have made a conscious decision to STOP….(OK..let’s be honest, work on)…this. There is enough stress in the world without me creating my own. As I have discussed before,, stress is not good for our health or our emotional well-being, so why not try to reduce our stress levels where ever possible?
From now on when “The worry chatter station” comes on in my head…. I have come up with a plan of attack: Continue reading

Home is where the heart is………….

Home for me is being with my mummy!

Home for me is being with my mummy!

They say that home is where the heart is…..what does this mean to you? To me     it means that when we are being true to ourselves, being authentic, doing      what is genuinely good for us that our heart feels at “home”. We feel at peace, content, happy and have a warm fuzzy sense of belonging. We know that we are on the right path. It is like a huge hug from a loved one. We are living in the moment and we feel great. I believe that one of the most important reasons that each of us are here on earth is to find ourselves, to follow our heart, to feel good and to be happy. In doing this we will live a full and contented life, living out our intended purpose. Those moments of feeling at home or having a happy heart are our way of knowing that we are being true and living the life we were meant to. So if I ask you what aspects of your life make you “feel at home” what would you tell me? Continue reading