Monthly Archives: November 2011

Whats your bio?

Doctors aren’t the only ones that ask for vital stats when swanning around hospitals seeing their patients. They’re also not designed just for people in the business world….everyone has their vital stats, a little 3 line bio, and Im getting … Continue reading

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Bugger the bucketlist…

I just finished reading Sarah Watt and William McInnes book. breathe. Its been a while since I read a book where I had to stop and rub the words with my finger because in some ways I wanted to connect … Continue reading

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Jimmy Choo and Gargoyles…first words?

Do you think there is a link between the first words your kids say and what type of person they’ll become? Heres an example…my free spirited, quirky, curly haired 6 year old said her first word just after she turned … Continue reading

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Hanging from the Chandeliers…another TSIB interview

A bit of a change of pace this week….I seem to have been in contact with a lot of women in the last few weeks who are contemplating what they do with their lives as their kids grow. Whether thats … Continue reading

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shopping ’round

Hello my name is Sarah and I shop around for advice. Sometimes I can wrap myself up into such a state of anxiety that I dont know my left from my right – it happens at different intersections in my life … Continue reading

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10 things I learnt as a kindergarten mum…

OK so its coming to the end of the year and that means the end of my reign as kindergarten mum (well that is until the next one starts…) Its been a steep learning curve starting school and my daughter … Continue reading

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A little ying to my yang – a TSIB interview

Sonya answered my call when I asked if people were interested in sharing their story with me after Alicia’s lovely, honest reflection of her life without her sister a couple of weeks ago. This is our third TSIB interview….it also … Continue reading

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Being while being without

  I was given the chance to write about the ways people living with an unresolved loss might be able to ‘reconnect’ with the people they had lost…the big challenge there was the ambiguous part of it all. I think … Continue reading

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Poppy

Todays is remembrance day…in honour of the day im sharing with you a poem written by my sister about my own Poppy who was born in November….feeling very grateful to have such a talented and expressive sister (and one that brings … Continue reading

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Controlling the uncontrollable

Yes I know thats an oxymoron… I read a lot of blogs and articles about weight loss and being the best you can be (in a non Oprah sense)…its just a topic thats interests me – places like Sarah Wilson, … Continue reading

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