Hello, my lovely readers and Happy Monday! We are into week 2 of the ‘Social Distancing’ phase of Covid19 here in Ireland and what an experience it has been so far! I have promised new content to you all for a while, and I apologise for the delay on getting to it. I’ve had aContinue reading “Anxiety is such a bummer!”
Lady Gaga was and still is firm in her purpose. She is unyielding in what she wants from her life. She fought many battles of her own and guess what?! She persevered!
The 3rd and final part of my Social Media Detox series. HERE IT IS! I really hope you have all enjoyed reading and look forward to hearing your feedback! 🙂
Good day to all you lovely people out there and welcome to Illuminare. I hope you are managing this week to kick anxiety in the butt! Today I am continuing on from a series I introduced this Tuesday called ‘Social Media Detox’! If you missed my last blog, you can catch up by clicking thisContinue reading “Social Media Detox Part I”
Are you wanting to make changes in 2020? Are you always scrolling and wondering why you have no time to do anything? Take a read of this and let’s begin our Social Media Detox – together! 🙂
My Mam is a wonderful woman and she has always loved and encouraged my writing, creativity and whatever else I put my mind to throughout the years. There is so much about her that is so incredibly breath-taking that it’s hard to get it all down on paper, but because of who she is, I’m definitely going to give it a try! Have you seen my Mam? She’s gorgeous! Have you witnessed how amazing and wonderful she is? She would have you laughing and crying all at once with just a few simple words. Have you ever met my Mam? If not, let me introduce you…
”…we need to be able to remind ourselves of whom we are! We need to recognise that we are spectacular and that we have so much positivity and creativity inside of us just dying to burst out! All we need to do is flip the switch!…”
”Mam thought me so much growing up about how to be humble and how to share and be kind. Being kind got so easy for me that after the Mystery Shoeboxes ordeal, every year I wanted to take part in this fantastic appeal! It became the highlight of my year; it became my favourite part of the Christmas season. Each year, I commit to taking part in the Christmas Shoebox Appeal not to look like a charitable person or to get recognition for being kind, but because the impact of sharing a small box of treats with one child across the world, is far greater than we can ever imagine. ”
She had the green light to go and didn’t hesitate. She took off into the world to conquer it and made life her own.