Remembering How To Receive

This is where I’m pretending I am spending most of my sunny days when I close my eyes: On a beach, with nowhere to be and hair that stays in a bun.

Manifesting + Magic In The Making

Less than one month after sharing my podcast workflow on this blog and my social media, I’m now presenting it as an online webinar and workshop. This my friends, is the beauty of sharing your work, showing up and trusting in the timing of things.

New Moon Mantras

Pleasure over pressure: In the words of Rebecca Campbell, this is how I’ve been feeling over the past year and a half.

A story on Mother’s Day 2021

The five-day 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. work week hasn’t been designed to uplift everyone. That’s why it needs to be reinvented and I refuse to squeeze my life into it. I value flexibility and so do many other people, parents or not.

My DIY podcast designed to spread a message

I don’t often tend to tally things but over the years, when I’ve felt like I was floating around and not making much traction, I have found it helpful to pause, reflect and note what I’ve done or what’s different over a quarter, six months, year or more. This article will give you a bit of insight into why I’m creating a podcast, my basic workflow and the tools I use.

More Australian Signs

Signs, signs, everywhere a sign!  We won’t be able to travel to Australia any time soon, but our passports will always be kept up to date to revisit our first home together.

Remote Work With Kids: 3 Things To Help Your Workflow Today

When I started freelancing over a decade ago, I didn’t know what ‘remote work’ was. Then when I started ‘remote working’ in 2014, I didn’t have kids but also didn’t know anyone else doing it. In fact, I was the only Canadian ‘remote worker’ in my small Irish village that I knew of. The locals told me so.

My Work From Home Setup

Who knew when I started facilitating webinars for Velg Training almost a decade ago in Australia, I’d end up doing it most of the time in 2020/2021 from Canada!? Back then I was daydreaming of travel, working from wherever, maybe some day having a family and the same passport as my Irish husband and future kids.

A Note On St Patrick’s Day

12 years ago I went to Ireland for the first time, we were only there 4 days but I knew I had to come back.