What Comes Next?
In my first blog, which seems to have magically disappeared (and just when I was beginning to feel comfortable with all this technology), I talked about being a cancer survivor for 5 years. I have just been told that I can stop taking all medication next January and this is something I am both looking forward to and anxious about in equal parts. I accept that this is my chance to reset my world and start to look forward again but this is hard when you think of everything that has happened in the last 5 years, not least the pandemic we find ourselves in at the moment. I have already started to reset in that I am now largely vegan in my diet and I take regular exercise. My mindset now is tending towards the future and assessing what challenges I want to approach next and how I want this part of my life to go. I do not want to be invisible, I want to find who I am now and who I want to be next. Life does not stop at 65, vulnerable or not! The areas I find myself drawn to are writing and working with women who are at the menopause and who are unsure where they want to go next. And also those who know where they want to go but do not feel emotionally equipped to get there without some form of support. This is where I come in. I am working on a Creative and therapeutic writing course to offer to clients. During the pandemic I have found that writing creatively has helped me to make sense of what has been going on around me and also has allowed me to tap into my subconscious to find out things about myself which I was not aware of. I now have a clearer idea of where I am headed and why. If anyone reading this would be interested in learning more about what I have to offer please contact me via my Contact page. My work and my business is important to me as it provides me with a sense of purpose and I genuinely am driven by a need to help people. I don't fix people but I do provide you with the tools and the awareness to make change possible. One thing I do know is that all things are possible.