Trusting your guts: Learning to trust my instincts.

In my twenties and of course I have always heard / hear trust your instinct / trust your guts but what I have only just realised this year is, knowing that you have an instinct doesn't necessarily mean that you listen to it. It took a series of events that occurred in my life this … Continue reading Trusting your guts: Learning to trust my instincts.

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Left naked in the street of St. Paul: things always work out in the end 

Things always work out for me in the end. You might get the impression that I am fairly arrogant. I’d like to think (and my friends and family will confirm) that I am the farthest thing from arrogant. But saying that things always work out for me in the end is the best way to … Continue reading Left naked in the street of St. Paul: things always work out in the end 

The Difference Between Who Other People Think You Are, And Who You Really Are.

Perception is a topic that has always intrigued me. I think of it almost as an art form -- the imbalance of what an object is and what we believe it is. There is an element of judgement placed on existence. We cannot see things for what they are, because the debate will always be, … Continue reading The Difference Between Who Other People Think You Are, And Who You Really Are.