Teaching ‘The Key, A Social Emotional Toolkit for Teens’ to 200 students!
Teaching 200 students ‘The Key, A Social Emotional Toolkit for Teens’ – a guidebook on mental health, emotional health and social health.
Cultures of Thinking Conference 2019 (& radio podcast interview)
This week I presented at The 7th Annual Cultures of Thinking Conference by way of a 90-minute workshop.
Workshopping with teens in Romania
I was invited by my Romanian friend and colleague Ema to run a workshop at ‘Homing’ pop-up festival (25th June – 2nd July) in Timisoara, Romania, a city I had
Is Perfectionism getting in the way?
If perfectionism gets in the way of you completing tasks, whether it be a project, sending off a manuscript, finishing a piece or art work or anything else, then check out my take on perfectionism… and rainbows.
Asia Pacific Writers Conference, Indonesia.
I was on a panel as part of the 3-day Asia Pacific Writers and Translators 10th anniversary conference.
Holistic Counselling looks at all of you. It recognises that people are not one-dimensional and that all the different parts that make up a person need to be factored in, to be able to fully understand the person. Holistic Counselling looks at mind, body and spirit.
Tips for Journalling
A short four video series to help you journal. For those who have never journalled, have stopped somewhere along your life journey, or are just curious to hear more.
THE KEY: Hear what the students had to say
Teaching TEENAGERS about EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE is no easy task, but I was up for the challenge.
I finally made it to the Maccabiah Games in Israel but it feels bitter sweet.
What’s Your Dream?
Do you have a dream? Have you told someone about it?
Learning to Breathe
Have you ever stopped to notice your breath before? When you get a fright, you inhale and hold your breath. When you get anxious, you take short breaths, not quite
Tears in Phnom Penh
I never know when the tears will come but I know they are there.
Asia Pacific Writers Conference, Manila.
‘APWT is the largest, longest running, functioning literary network I know of in South East Asia and the Pacific’.
“One day I just let go…“
I love what I do! Last month I held my ‘Writing from The Source’ workshop and the beautiful Mannu joined our group. By the next day he had written and posted his
I am a Writer not a Hooper
I often thought if I had I joined in years ago at our weekly hoopjam instead of watching, drinking coffee, juggling, socialising and dancing, maybe I could be good too.
Australia – you amaze me!
I planned a 3 week trip to Melbourne as an International guest of the Melbourne Jewish Writers Festival. I planned a 3 week trip to Melbourne as an International guest
My Book Launch
The week after I landed back in Thailand, the Tea Temple threw me the most beautiful book launch party.
My amazing trip to Samui
Once again I was invited by the amazing Anna Sugarman to host my ‘Writing From The Source’ workshop at her yoga teacher training in Bo Phut.
Melbourne events in May
I have finally landed in sunny Melbourne (yes the sun is actually shining). I will be out and about doing public speaking and facilitating workshops during this month. Here is
The Bliss Festival
If there is a better way to end the year than the Bliss Festival at The Sanctuary Thailand, I haven’t found it yet. On the 29th, 30th and 31st of
‘Stand Up’ Workshop
When the amazing International spoken word artist Fleassy Malay retured to Thailand, we both knew instantly that we needed to somehow collaborate and put something on together. After some brainstorming
‘The Boy who Loved Bubbles,’ Imprint13. Hong Kong
My first short story to be published in a book was in the annual anthology ‘Imprint13’ through Women in Publishing in Hong Kong. I jumped at the chance to attend
The AP Writers Conference was over and being this close to Phnom Penh was too good and opportunity to pass up. SO I jumped on a plane and flew to Phnom
Byron Bay Writers Festival
I was sitting in my Phnom Penh apartment on skype with my friend – Australian author and mentor Kate Veitch, when she convinced me to come to the Byron Bay Writers
Tedx rehearsal… on my birthday
Notice the notes in my hand? Yep, I was told off. No notes allowed!