A wave crashing over your head and filling your ears, diving down to touch the very bottom of the ocean, a seemingly never-ending expanse of blue to explore. This was my childhood. Rain or shine we were down the beach and more importantly in the sea. Days full of handstand competitions, body surfing and races to the buoy. I still remember the magic of those days. The freedom I felt exploring the sand and sea.
Recently I have come to the realisation that something needs to change. I need to change. I have spent the last five years functioning in survival mode - literally getting from one day to the next. I thought I was living but I wasn't. Having Reggie triggered me to breakdown and have to start rebuilding my mental health from scratch.
So you want to be tidy? I want to let you know that I I feel you. I am 26 and I have only just realised the benefits of being a tidy person and I wish I had known sooner! Let me set the scene - growing up I was very messy, infuriatingly messy, over flowingly messy. It was a constant battle and this poor habit followed me to university and beyond.
I used to think it was too much hard work to keep things tidy - oh how wrong I was! Because the truth is - once you are a 'tidy person' it is so EASY to keep things tidy!
Welcome to the new January - February. As today is the first Sunday in February I thought it would be a great time to share this exercise to help you become 'So Happy.' I thought it would be nice to have a whole part of the website dedicated to having a 'So Lovely, So Simple, So Happy' mind. One thing I have learned over the last few years is - in order to be happy you have to understand yourself and what makes you happy.