I love the thought of an organisation dedicated to bringing art to the people. To ordinary, every day people. Especially on such a gorgeous setting as an Australian beach. I’ve attended Sculpture by the Sea twice – firstly, a few years ago when it was held on Rockingham Beach, the second on the weekend just gone down at Cottesloe Beach. ... Read More »
Welcome to my crazy life - at least I can't complain that it's dull!
I’m a redheaded anxiety sufferer and depression survivor and thriver. I’m also a big introvert at heart. I had dreams as a kid to be a writer, then got lost somewhere along the way. Finally, in my 30's, I've rediscovered my passion thanks to blogging.
Reflections from a Redhead is exactly that - reflections on living, laughing and loving from this formerly quiet as a mouse redhead who always stood in other people's shadows. I've stepped out - now hear me ROAR!
What an AWESOME week! From getting through the interview process and being officially invited to Awesomeness Fest, to procrastinating over my business idea, my part time job, and stressing over money, to tantalising the tastebuds at the Araluen Chill Festival in Fremantle and being amazed by Sculptures by the Sea on Cottesloe Beach… All in all it was an amazing ... Read More »
Cheryl Denton knows personally what it’s like to be hit by cancer, in more ways than one. Back in April 2002, Cheryl was working for ERG in Besancon, France. Unbeknownst to her, she had been carrying around a large tumour in her abdomen for some time. Whilst in Besancon the tumor ruptured and bled into her abdomen cavity. Being stubborn, ... Read More »
What can I say about The Miracle of Mindfulness. On opening the package that landed on my doorstep I admit that I expected more. The Miracle of Mindfulness is a very tiny book, but gosh does it make an impact! In The Miracle of Mindfulness Buddhist Monk and Nobel Peace Prize Nominee Thich Nhat Hahn (pronounced Tik · N’yat · Hawn) describes the practice of ... Read More »