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morning and evening routines for inconsistent ppl (like me)

morning and evening routines for inconsistent ppl (like me)

I grew up in an environment that was highly controlled by people who feared life. It meant that from the moment I was self-aware enough the only thing I wanted was freedom. Liberation from being told what to do by people who were living out their unresolved pain within a society that has an unnatural addiction to productivity.   As soon as I was able to I vehemently stood against the routines, structures and systems I was taught in favour of gentler, more intuitive and cyclical living. I believe in the intelligence of nature above the intelligence of man. I believe we all have access to that intelligence. It is body-led, not mind-led.   The world loves to tell us what to do. In return, we have been conditioned to look for external guidance and validation on everything we do. From the moment we enter the school system if not before, we are taught the invalidity of our own independent thoughts and feelings. So we look to others for how to do things.   Information at our fingertips like Google has stolen our trust in ourselves and our bodies. Or, more correctly, we have handed over our relationship with the wisdom of our bodies to the need to have everything answered and validated by an external...

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how I make 50% of my income (it might not be how you think)

how I make 50% of my income (it might not be how you think)

One of the things that changed my life the most was changing my perspective. When I started to see the benefit, the gift, the lesson, the growth in the challenges that life gives us, when I decided that life was happening for me, not to me, I really started loving it. In 2014 I took those tools and experiences and turned them into a course. I made £10k from it in the first year I ran it.   In 2017 I created two more courses on topics that dramatically shifted my life. One on clearing the subconscious blocks and beliefs that stop us from living out the expansion possible for all of us. Another on how to live an intuitive life. Both of them were made up of media files adding up to less than 2 hours and were so fulfilling to make. I was finally able to teach core topics that my clients and readers asked me about in an accessible and effective way. They made me around £15k the first time I ran them.   Since then I’ve made several other courses that continue to bring my best personal life lessons and teachings to the people who need them and in return bring in income including Affluent, Her Way and more. Now, online digital courses make up at least 50% of my income.   The Heartful Biz, originally a live...

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5 ways to bring your love to the world

5 ways to bring your love to the world

When I was in my early 20's fresh out of university I had a strong sense that that conventional workforce wasn't a place for me. It felt so rigid, inhuman even, a form of paid slavery that doesn't respect the nature of the human being. But there weren't many alternative options.   I spent so many nights lying awake in my bed wishing for some kind of miracle. An answer to my question: how could bring my love to the world? How could I get paid for bringing the gifts I, as an individual with a specific coding of life experiences and karma unique to each of us, have to offer?   Living in the Gothic quarter of Barcelona in a boatshed-turned-illegal apartment with 4 others at the time, we were subsisting off bags of discounted vegetables from our local Chinese grocery store, hopes, dreams and a belief that love is all that mattered.   One day, walking beside my best friend, tired of feeling so limited, like I had to trade all my precious time for money doing things I didn't believe in, just to live a life of modest affluence I remember lamenting to her. I wish I could create a job where I would get paid for being myself.   But I didn't know where to begin. I was afraid that I had nothing of real...

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dreams do become things

dreams do become things

  In late July of 2015 I was sitting in the little bungalow I had rented for a month in Ubud, Bali unpacking my bags (again) and placing my things around the room to make it feel like home. As I set up my mobile office: laptop, pens, 6 notebooks... I giggled at myself. Who the fuck travels the world with 6 notebooks, I thought. I do. But this is ridiculous. There has to be a better way.   But I had a system. A system that required that many notebooks. I started researching and landed on the only solution that seemed plausible: a Filofax divider that I could translate my seven notebooks into one, organised, systematic method. I wrote about that system and how it worked in an article titled: My pretty peach planner has revolutionised my life. It’s a love story.   That article received a lot of traction, excitement and engagement with countless emails asking if I could recreate my system and make it available. I liked the idea. I had no idea how to start. I'd always had an online, non-physical, location-independent business. How and where do you even begin with creating a product.   Over the years my planning, manifesting and journaling method evolved but I kept using the same old Filofax and...

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coming into full bloom

coming into full bloom

  When I was 11 years old I asked my mother when she felt like she had become a woman. She paused for a moment and replied that it had been after she had her first 3 children. "Does having children make you a woman?" I wondered aloud, mesmerised by the complexity of growing into my own womanhood. I can't remember what she said but I like to imagine it was something along the lines of "in some ways, but not in entirety".   I have been still a girl for most of my adult life, until the last few years where I find myself facing my own mortality. I turn 40 this year. It is a number that brings a smile to my lips because I believe these numbers are simply representations of the number of turns we have taking around our sun. I have lived an unconventional, whimsical kind of life, shirking much of the dogma, conditioning and expectations of traditional trajectories offering me the liberty to follow my own path on my own timeline. Guided by my personal and spiritual beliefs I am on a karmic journey that I have no control over aside from taking personal responsibility for how I show up and respond to life moment-to-moment.   It's a subtle thing that creeps up in you — terrifying at first but now it has...

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on love, a resetting of bones & living a life that is truly my own

on love, a resetting of bones & living a life that is truly my own

  Years ago, when I was nursing myself out of one of my most violent heartbreaks, I documented how I was feeling and what was happening each day. There is a month that I have saved in a Pages document ~ I must have been between journals of which all have since been burned ~ that I revisited today searching for some clues on my romantic patterns. Re-reading those words I wish I had been more detailed not in what I was feeling but what the pragmatic events that were making me feel this way were.   Love is and perhaps always will be a prevalent topic for me. Familial love. Romantic love. The love between friends. Spiritual love. The love for an animal. Self-love. Love is also my most ubiquitous teacher. My relationship with love is steeped in passion, mystery and suffering followed ultimately by transcendence and growth. It is my greatest pain and my deepest pleasure. Perhaps that is the cause of my fascination.   When I think about love, I think about how love is not just words or kindness. It's also respect, boundaries, care, consent, consistency, communication, vulnerability, honesty and so much more. The need to have messy compassion for myself and others as we waveringly walk our individual...

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moving on

moving on

☽ January Most mornings I wake to an aching heart. I place a hand sometimes both, over my heart and remind myself that I am love, that there is limitless love around me, that I am not alone. I'm not even sure anymore what I am mourning but there's an unbounded deep sadness in me. I just want it to end. I feel fragile, vulnerable and sensitive, there's a cynicism creeping in and I resent it. I want my innocence back.   I spend the weekends in London with one of my best friends. Her company and way of being are soul-and-heart soothing. I feel so safe and content when I am with her. She has recently gone through her own kind of heartbreak. We are healing side by side. I am so grateful for her.   There are fine lines collecting under my eyes and a frown that is becoming more permanent and I refuse to buy into the idea of ageing. I know I can rewire any belief system and I recommit to my own vibrancy and wellbeing. I ask my intuition what I need and devote myself to it. She says: Vitamin C, Zinc, Vitamin D, exercise every day, vegetables, eating light, passion, creativity, relaxation, harmonious relationships, honouring what I want and need. Most of those things I'm already doing. I start putting Castor oil...

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HER WAY — 7-Month Women’s Business Cocoon

HER WAY — 7-Month Women’s Business Cocoon

  ☽   Something really powerful shifts within when you decide to go for it. That inner voice gets louder and stronger and there’s no escaping the path that was paved for you. For me, it took letting go of trying to figure every single thing out in my life and giving over to a power greater than me. The more still I am, the clearer it all becomes. Our strength lies in the surrender. In believing so deeply that there is more out there for you. Because I promise there is, for each and every one of us. When you work smarter and keep creating the space for the most important work in your life — your praxis — you will be lead. It’s your job to listen.  praxis /ˈpraksɪs/ noun 1. practice, as distinguished from theory.   ☽   HER WAY — 7-Month Women's Business Cocoon The HER WAY — 7-Month Women's Business Cocoon is a praxis for women who are disillusioned by the old paradigm, structures, stories and narratives and willingly offer themselves over to something greater to unfold through their work. For ourselves and others....

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Trust-led, heart-led, intuitive, present, intentional…

Trust-led, heart-led, intuitive, present, intentional…

We are sitting on my sofa in Brighton. It's autumn, the leaves are turning crispier and we are playing @werenotreallystrangers when I pick the card that reads “What about me intrigues you?” I turn to her, curious about what she will say. She thinks for a moment and replied “How you run a business and stay so gentle and feminine. How do you do it?” “I have no idea..." I respond... "I’m not sure what you mean?”  Anna is a past client turned-friend and also my trusted business advisor. "The way that you run your business is not taught... Trust-led, heart-led, intuitive, present, intentional." She answers thoughtfully. "How do you do it?" I have to think about it. I don't have a roadmap or a blueprint or a concise linear answer. It's more of a feeling that runs through my body that I allow to guide me. Slowly I reply. "It's kind of simple, really. I have five specific guiding points that drive my business. They are: Creativity. My work has to be a creative outlet for me. I need to let the energy flow through me for my work to feel meaningful and worthwhile to me. Expressive. My work has to act as an extension of who I am. It is through the integrity of authentic self-expression that I connect to my potential clients...

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HER WAY — The Women’s Business Training — March 2021

HER WAY — The Women’s Business Training — March 2021

Designed for the woman who wants to share her message and change the world. Since the beginning of time, women have come together and redefined the landscape of life through their inner feminine wisdom like a force of nature. They did it through storytelling, collaboration and community, with grace and ease. Today, we return to this purpose, again. We create businesses as a vehicle for our message… in a new way. I spent years — 7 years to be precise — unlearning the rigid ways I’d been told would be the only way I could be successful. Being a woman, with a fluid, soft and cyclical way, bringing forth a way of business that is feminine, graceful and true to my nature, means that I am often faced with a battle of old paradigms.  I had to risk the unknown and experiment with new ways of holding and running a business. I had to define my own meaning of success. I had to walk between fear of desolation and faith in my beliefs that business could be done differently. I am still learning, and I have come so far, designing this business as an extension of myself a new way. Her way. I know this is an enormous challenge for so many women. We are in a time of great change and innovation. The old ways of running a business...

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