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Accepting Each Moment

My last post was about accepting life in order to change. I would like to delve a little deeper into the practice of acceptance using some strategies and ideas developed by Rick Hanson whose ‘Foundations of Wellbeing’ course I am currently undertaking. 349 more words


That is how the light gets in....

It is still quite dark in the mornings now when I get up at 4:30am. Riley and I made our way to the beach this morning with the remnants of storm clouds hanging overhead the light was quite amazing. 548 more words


Following my previous projects, where I had constantly thought I was not getting enough done and that I wasn’t going to hit deadlines, I thought a vital part of this semester would be my organisational skills. 179 more words



The arrival of the current issue of Ceramics Ireland served as a great reminder of the myriad of events relating to ceramic practice that took place throughout 2014. 199 more words


Wild seas and a new 90 day challenge! 71/72

The last two days have been wild in the morning.. The ocean has been like a washing machine with lots of bubbles and froth. I am of the mind that the Giants worst work gear would have come clean out there in the wash!! 218 more words

Unsung Meanings

I have written previously about the importance of identifying our personal values and setting some goals around these so as to make them a central focus for living. 358 more words


The strangest of creatures washed up from the sea. 69

Sometimes when I walk on the beach I see amazing things.

My list includes:

  • dolphins surfing in the waves
  • albatross
  • octopus
  • amazing waves
  • surfers doing their thing…
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