Love Hurts

Love hurts. Even when we know in our heart of broken retched hearts that the relationship was doomed from the beginning. I stayed with my charismatic, George Clooney look-a-like Argentinian five years too long.

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Pursing Passions Is Not That Easy For Some

Pursing passions is not that easy it seems, for some. Life, unrequited love and another corporate role sapped all my creative energy…again. I found this piece I wrote 13 years ago on my old computer and thought I would share.

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Whole Food, Plant-Based Eating is Relentless

Staying healthy through whole food, plant-based nutrition is pretty much a relentless full-time occupation. However, I wouldn’t have it any other way if it means nourishing my body with amazingly healthy food, staying alive and cancer free.

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Chance Encounter with Breast Cancer

October is breast cancer awareness month. This is my story about the time chance and breast cancer decided to pay me a visit in August, 2017.

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Life After Cancer: Diet & Optimism

Are you a glass half full, look on the bright side of life kind of person, or the glass half empty kind? The optimistic part of me really showed up when I needed it the most: being diagnosed with breast cancer.

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New Year, New Woman & Life-Changing Resolutions

As we usher in the new year, the focus is always on creating lists of New Year’s resolutions. However, an event in September 2017 changed my life forever, from which I committed to lifetime and life-changing, lifestyle resolutions.

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Life Reboot | Jimmy Choo Boots And All

The downside of constantly rebooting your life is having the majority of your belongings constantly in storage. Like these gorgeous Jimmy Choo suede boots which would be perfect for the upcoming Perth winter.

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Still Looking for Love This Valentines

Another year gone and another year approaching Valentines Day as a single woman. In my teenage years and early twenties, my mother always told me “don’t worry there are plenty of fish in the sea”. Well many years later I cannot help wondering where they all are.

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