My Weight Loss Journey

Hey lovely, I wanted to share a video update of my six month weight loss journey! This is a copy of the video which went out live in the Global Fab Friends group and I’m sharing it here with you.  Oh, if you’re not already part of the Global Fab Friends community on Facebook – come and join us, you’ll be very welcome! xx

Sad to say bye yet happy too

Love spending time with both my girls… I spent last night with my Anna snuggled up in our hotel. I felt sad kissing her goodbye this morning, yet happy to see her happy and living life her way. ⠀⠀ I’m so grateful for these snap shot moments in time remind me that that my job now as an empty nester Mama is just to love and listen… cutting the apron strings isn’t easy when the bond we share is so strong.

What is your power?

Yes! 💪🏼⚡️What is your power anyway? When you know what you’re called to be, do or have and it’s your deep truth which whispers to you over and over, it’s that guidance which speaks to you from within… Which demands to be heard. It’s what you take a stand for. It’s that cause which makes your blood boil with rage. It’s that passion you feel. Harness that energy and use it for good. Draw on that truth, even when the road gets bumpy, even when you hear a “no”, even when self doubt comes up and you wonder if you can go on. Use your superpower for good! You have been chosen and you can handle it. The Universe has your back. Love, you!

Hear me on a Podcast

I was thrilled to invited to chat with Susan Burrell recently, on her new podcast! Susan like me, is all for empowering women, especially those who are in our age group. We met earlier this year in San Diego when we both attended a retreat. She’s one incredible lady! You can listen in by clicking on the link below and scrolling down to find the episode where I’m featured. Would love to hear your feedback!…/chats-susan-burrell/

Managing autoimmune disease

Truth is, some days I just want to sleep. I’ve been managing an autoimmune disease for over 40 years and it’s often painful and tricky. Somedays, it can zap my energy. I’m now almost 5 months post op, from my replacement ankle. I’m also being treated for suspected Trigeminal Neuralgia, which is excruciatingly painful 😖 I’m sharing this because it isn’t all rosy in my life and social media often paints a picture of people’s perfect lives and that can be harmful, because it’s just not true. It triggers comparison in all of us. We all have ‘something’ going on in our lives. Let your comparison triggers show you what you’d like next in your life, but never EVER let them make you feel less than. You’re doing great! You are getting it right! If you can believe it, take the steps, you’ll see it.