Welcome to Becoming Who You Are

Introducing “Relax, Restore, Revive”: A Free Course in Self-Care

I don’t know about you, but I find that September can be quite a pivotal time. Even though I’ve been out of school for years now, I still have an internal clock that sees this month as the start of […]

By: | Blog| Comments: 0

How to Be Kind to Yourself When You’re Feeling Overwhelmed

Listen to this post here:  All of my posts are based on my own experience in one way or another, and this one is no exception… If you’re part of The Tribe, you might know that I got married at […]

By: | Blog| Comments: 0

Episode 62: Food, Radiance, and Personal Journeys with Claire Baker

In this week’s episode of the Becoming Who You Are podcast, I’m chatting to Claire Baker from This Is Lifeblood. Claire is a certified coach and mentor, passionate writer and speaker and author of ‘She Is Radiant: Your 6-Week Wellness […]

By: | Blog, Podcast| Comments: 0

What Self-Care Pros Do Differently (and Why It Matters)

Listen to this post here:   Friends, this has been one of those weeks. I returned to the computer last Monday after a couple of weeks off only to find that my email had broken and messages sent to me […]

By: | Blog| Comments: 0

A Brief Guide to Amsterdam

This is the first post in a new series that covers places I’ve visited, loved, and want to share with you, dear reader. Travel is something that has had a huge impact on my experience and perception of the world, […]

By: | Blog| Comments: 0

Episode 61: Travelling the World, Making Music, and Creating Your Own Path with Charlotte Eriksson

This episode of the Becoming Who You Are podcast is an interview with Charlotte Eriksson, aka The Glass Child. Only 17 years old, she left everything she had and knew, family and friends, and moved  to London to dedicate her life […]

By: | Blog, Podcast| Comments: 0

It’s Time to Put Down the Crutch and See What Happens

Have you ever broken a limb? I’m lucky enough to not have broken anything (yet), but I’ve known a couple of people who have. Here’s how it goes: in the beginning, while the bone is healing, you need to use crutches […]

By: | Blog| Comments: 0

How Often Do You Schedule Play?

Over the last few weeks, I’ve been enjoying working through The Artist’s Way by Julia Cameron. The Artist’s Way is a 12-week course that encourages participants to nurture their creativity through a series of essays, journaling prompts, exercises, and practices. […]

By: | Blog| Comments: 0

Kind & Creative #6

Happy Saturday! Wherever you are and whatever you’re doing this weekend, here are some lovely links for your perusal, growth, and entertainment: Have you experienced public food-shaming? I’ve always felt a bit weird about eating in public (on trains, outside, etc.) […]

By: | Blog| Comments: 0

Struggling with Authenticity? Read this.

Listen to this post here: I used to really struggle with authenticity; I had no idea what it meant to “just be myself”, what it felt like to be truly authentic, and felt all kinds of doubt and fear around whether […]

By: | Blog| Comments: 2