Finding one’s magic is sometimes like finding a needle in a haystack. Until you realise that all of it is you. And you are already magical.
I write to leave breadcrumbs for my boys to retrace all the parts of me they perhaps never knew or saw or understood.
When I have been still in the last couple of weeks, I've never heard the thoughts, ideas and questions louder. I have never been more curious about what could be next and felt more ambitious to reveal more of my truth in this universe.
It is the unexplained, unpredictable, unexpected occurrence or experience that blows our mind.
My CV suggests I have accomplished a lot. Yet I find myself coming back to things that I have not yet achieved or experienced.
Whether you think you need a couple of weeks or two years to make that thing you have always felt the urge to create, the truth is that modern society will rarely afford you such luxuries.
Today, it feels much harder to write for you.
This is a long journey and it's okay to start out slower. What likely matters more is how we progress along the journey and how we ultimately end it.
The hard part isn’t always to find inspiration or be inspired. The harder part is to not be too inspired.
With every product or service we purchase, we could be a tiny investor in tomorrow's change.