3 Reasons to Embrace Vulnerability

One of the first TEDTalks I ever watched was “The Power of Vulnerability” by Brené Brown. It’s an interesting watch, and if you have some spare time I encourage you to take a look. Continue reading “3 Reasons to Embrace Vulnerability”


If it doesn’t serve you anymore, let it go

For the past eight years I’ve been a volunteer. I’ve held various roles within the organisation, working with children, event planning and management, and leading and training adults. My commitment each week varied from two hours to full weekends, evenings of paperwork and emails, days of preparation, monthly meetings, fortnightly meetings, trips and visits. Continue reading “If it doesn’t serve you anymore, let it go”

Step onto the bus with courage

What does being courageous mean to you? For some, it might mean standing in front of hundreds of strangers to deliver a speech. Others might consider that asking for a pay rise at work takes courage. For someone else, it might be catching a bus all on their own. Continue reading “Step onto the bus with courage”