Monthly Archives: August 2011

What’s your soul food?

Dancing is good for my soul. Especially salsa dancing or any other form of Latin dancing. I’m not quite sure why I have an inner Latina – my parents assured me I’m 100 percent British – but I definitely have … Continue reading

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When is it ever good enough?

I’ve been doing a bit of research into perfectionism after finishing a magazine feature on Friday and feeling totally incapable of enjoying the fact that I’d been commissioned in the first place, that I’d handed in the story on time … Continue reading

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Holding on to joy

It’s become apparent in the last week or so that it’s much easier to feel joy on holiday or immediately after a holiday than it is in the midst of a busy work week – particularly if, like me, you’re … Continue reading

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Waiting joyfully

It’s been a while since I’ve posted (apologies to anyone who was wondering where I was). I’ve been on a short holiday to the English seaside and I’ve had so many lovely experiences and heard so many great words of … Continue reading

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