Lately I have really started to feel safe and sound in my (mental health) recovery journey. I am beginning to trust that I am in fact in a solid place. An emotional space where relapses are fewer and fewer and occur farther and farther apart. My last anxiety attack was early September and that's over … Continue reading 6 months into recovery – and my life has changed forever!
Written on December 24th, 2016. It's been an amazing trip so far, for me personally. I started a few posts when I was on my way out here, not quite sure how I felt about coming back to Khao Lak after so many years. Not sure how I would feel about, or manage, all the … Continue reading Life is too short
So, I haven't written anything in a while. Well, I wrote a bunch of stuff prior to and during my trip back to Thailand but as mentioned, I haven't been able to publish those blogs. Yet... And since I got back from my trip I haven't been able to write. Partially because I have been really … Continue reading The path to happiness
Written on December 3rd, 2016. I am going home. For the first time in 10 years, I'm going back to Thailand. I'm nervous and excited all at once. It's been a long time and it is the first time that I feel ready to go back to the country that stole my heart more than … Continue reading I am finally going home!
This just made me laugh out loud! And of course I have got to try this elevated way of indulging in my Tim Tams! ❤️😋
How is that for a little Sunday sweetness and pure happiness?! Enjoy!
Saturday Tutorial how to best enjoy your TimTam.
Prepare a cup of hot chocolate. Today we made it with cacao powder and vanilla from the herb garden in Sri Lanka.
Buy TimTam, delicouse candy/ biscuit from Southern Hemisphere.
Bite of the corners of your TimTam and use the TimTam as straw to get the Hot chocolate into the TimTam.
Been a very stressful day so far: slept till 8.00 am. Got up and made coffee. Sat on the patio till about 9.30, sipping coffee and reading my book. Watched a couple of butterflies chase one another. Hung all my clothes on a rail so they won't get all musty and mildewed - we don't … Continue reading The Art of Doing Nothing…
For many different reasons I think it is time for me to write this post. Having come out and been very open about my mental health problems and my road back to a healthy, normal life, free from depression and unhappiness, it is time that I also come out and talk about what (most likely) … Continue reading Beyond the physical injuries and scars, lingers a sense of lack of self-worth