Day 12

How often do you decline an invitation because you know no one else who is going, or feel less than confident that your presence will be appreciated, or you choose “default mode” and watch your fave TV trash instead?

Today I had a magical day of twilight zone-ish ups and down, changes in direction, unexpected opportunities, unexpected friendships made and positive lessons learned about the amazing human race that I am part of.

All because I chose to be proactive and hold two business meetings (my own business), accept an unexpected offer, and attend an evening event that challenged my comfort zone.

Gratitude ❤︎



“Strong Personality” Syndrome and How to Cope

7 strategies that will help you manage the damage!

Do you sail into new friendships, groups or projects expecting only sunshine and rainbows? Or have you found yourself limping away, licking your wounds and feeling hurt, disillusioned and discarded? Launching a new project into the world can be a daunting experience, especially if you’ve invested a lot of your authentic self into it. Don’t […]

Love or Hate …

This week’s TINS video (TINS 5: see below) touches on the topic of how we manage our interactions with others, especially online. This blog is not the place for political discussion, but the current American election process is, sadly, the best example of bad human behaviour that I have seen for some time.

We are all functioning from the perspective of fear to a greater or lesser extent; fear is a healthy reaction to perceived danger. It’s our heritage from times in a very distant past.

Our frontal lobe is now new and improved compared to these distant times. When it come to how we react to something strange, different, offensive or “NEW” as Mr Crood (The Croods) would bemoan, We Have A Choice Of Reactions!

Next time you have an opportunity to make a choice about how you react (and that occurs every second of every day) think about your options: Who do you want to be … truly??

xx Seona ❤︎

Irritation & Carl Jung

“Everything that irritates us about others can lead us to an understanding of ourselves.” said Carl Jung.

I really need to do more work on this one … is it possible to feel irritated and be at peace with the feeling maybe? To quietly examine and allow the irritation as an opportunity for learning, (a mirror) and stop beating oneself up about not being an angel. ❤️

Note to self; resume daily meditation. (Missed a few days)