Tuesday, 15th August 2017

Day 90 of 100

Your potential is infinite.
Your ability to grow is unlimited.
Yet, the limitations of your mind can affect the way you evolve into your best. 

Your environment and the people around you affect your growth. When we are surrounded by those who bring out our best, we step into our fullest potential.

Monday, 14th August 2017

Day 89 Of 100

It's easy to say I want this (this being your dream, a certain relationship, kids, energy, good health) and it's another thing to rise up and meet with it.

A lot of the time we ask for something and the moment we face hardships or challenges we shy away? We complain about things not going our way. Well what if this period was actually things going your way. 

Sunday, 13th August 2017

Day 88 of 100

What would happen if you didn’t complain?
What kind of space would open up in your life?
Have you ever stopped to think about it?

Do you even recognise how often you complain? 

Saturday, 12th August 2017

Day 87 of 100

One of the greatest things I’ve learnt it the power of remaining open. In the very moments we won’t to close of from the world - or from those around us, I feel our true strength will be in not shutting down.

I’ve come to learn that openness is a very desirable quality. It’s the foundation that true relationships can blossom from - professional, romantic or friendships.

Thursday, 10th August 2017

Day 84, 85, 86 of 100

In our technologically connected world we can sometimes start living our lives as though everything we’re doing, we HAVE to do because if we don’t the world will fall apart.

These last few days that I took time off social media, recording, uni and work really allowed me to see how much tension and stress that my body had been under. It allowed me to realise that regardless of what is happening in my world and what is currently on my plate, nothing is more important than my health and wellbeing.

Sunday, 6th August 2017

Day 83 of 100

Is how you think you look actually what you look like? Or is the image of yourself in your mind how you perceive yourself and somewhat skewed?

Everything is a projection in our mind. And this insight is a reminder to stop berating yourself, to be a little kinder and to maybe challenge the picture of yourself that you hold in your mind. You’re far greater.


Sunday, 6th August 2017

Day 82 of 100

As a society yes, there is the Tall Poppy Syndrome - especially in Australia. However, as a society we’re also all rooting for each other. When we see someone step into their greatness we cheer them, we are moved by them and we want them to do well.

Today’s message was inspired by a Facebook video I shared last night from Britain’s Got Talent.

A great reminder for us all, to keep our head up, heart strong and focus on what we love, keep at it and become the greatness that we truly are!

Saturday, 5th August 2017

Day 81 of 100

Whatever it is that you love, the thing that you find yourself through and the thing that teaches you most about yourself - that’s what you can master.

We’ve each got something we’re dedicated to and that thing, whether it’s being a great mum, a great athlete, a great employee or awesome boss or a writer, painter, singer and so on - those things carve us into the human beings we want to be.

Find something you love and dedicate yourself to it.


Thanks for listening.

Thursday, 3rd August 2017

Day 80 of 100

Why? Why? Why? 
Why is this happening? 

Too often this little word creeps into our lives and our mind.
And this little word may actually be doing more damage than good.

I feel there comes a point where we must stop asking “Why?” and simply Be in acceptance of what is.

There’s a point where the ‘Why?’ is irrelevant.
If we are always asking “Why?” we fail to leave room for what is and what could be.

Thursday, 3rd August 2017

Day 79 of 100

When was the last time you went of an unplanned adventure?
When was the last time you broke your daily habit?
When did you last do something you normally wouldn’t do?

Whether it’s taking a different route to work, exploring a new hiking trail or having dinner at a new restaurant, there’s a real power in making the unfamiliar a part of our daily lives.

When everything becomes familiar, we can get stuck in our ways. Our creativity can become stifled and we may simply fall into the monotony of living.