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I guess you can say I am not a conventional writer, I don’t set myself targets or deadlines I go with the flow and let my intuition kick in. That’s how it works for me.

So, what is an intuitive? An intuitive is someone who feels what they do rather than thinking too much on a conscious level. You know that saying “Go with your gut” well that is what it is, it’s a knowing that you have and trusting in it.

These are my tips, but you will have your own way of doing things. Be inspired by what your intuition tells you!

1. Always write from the right place. As an intuitive I only write from one place and that’s my heart centre. I feel what I write and truly believe that when you write from the heart it really does show and your reader will feel it too, just like a big hug!

2. Find a space where you feel comfortable. Writing should be relaxing and enjoyable, not rushed. You can light a candle, use some essential oils in a burner, or light an incense stick. Having that creative space will set the energy.

3. I get asked a lot “How do I start writing a book, where do I begin?” My advice is just write down whatever comes to you, whether it’s a word, a sentence, or just an idea write it down, it doesn’t matter if it don’t make any sense at the time, once you unscramble it all that’s when it comes together a bit like a jigsaw puzzle it all fits into place. The main thing is to get it down on paper or on your computer.

4. Carry a notebook and pen with you in your handbag or pocket. You will find you get inspired unexpectedly and need to write it down and there’s nothing worse than having nothing to write with or on, the chances are you will probably forget what you wanted to write. Also keep a pen and notebook by your bed. I cannot tell you the amount of times I have woken up in the middle of the night with an idea or a nudge of inspiration.

5. Finally, remember there is no right way or wrong why of writing a book only your way. Yes, listen to people’s advice because you may gain some inspiration from it but at the end of the day it’s your writing, your hard work, so do it your way.

Everyone has a story to share, it’s whether you want to tell it!

Love and blessings

Jenny x

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What a year it’s been, well, it’s not even been a year yet, but shall we say the last several months have been different! We have had lockdowns, breakdowns, and meltdowns all because of a virus that has hit us like a ton of bricks. Not only has it affected our physical and mental well-being but also our communities.

It certainly has been a challenging time what with people losing their jobs and businesses having to close, what does the future have in store for us and our children? god only knows, but for now we can only look at the present time and deal with each day as it comes.

Supporting each other is important, reaching out a helping hand to the elderly and the vulnerable is so vital, supporting local shops and small businesses to help keep them going is a must, but have you noticed it takes something to happen before people do this!

When we take life for granted, we don’t always take notice of what is going on around us and we have all done it, but when we are hit with something like this pandemic that is when the helping hand comes out. I’m not saying that before all of this happened people didn’t care I’m just saying that regardless of what is going on in the world we should be there supporting each other anyway.

I know, I can hear some of you saying, “Life’s just not like that” Well, then maybe things need to change, maybe attitudes need to change. We all have choices in life and only you can make those choices. Yes, it may seem like our freedom has been taken away from us right now but It’s no hardship to help someone out who may be struggling, or doing something very simple as sending a text message or Facebook message or even making a phone call just to say “How are you today?”

Whether we see it or not community is important, we all live under the same umbrella so why not support that. When the springs break the umbrella falls but with help it can be repaired. So, go out and support your community, check on your elderly neighbor’s, socially distance of course, buy from your local shops and small businesses. Let others know that you care.

Help your community to thrive and survive.

Keep safe.

Sending you all love and blessing

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The house is quieter than normal, you know something is missing, no more text messages coming from upstairs saying “mum I’m hungry” Are you feeling it too?

The day that comes when your children go off to university. Some may say "peace at last", where others, like me went into mourning. I know, sounds a bit drastic right! but that is how I felt when my daughter went off to university this September maybe it’s because she is my youngest and the last to fly the nest or maybe as I am getting older the thought of my children living their own lives and being more independent makes me feel less needed. Even though my son came back home he pretty much looks after himself and my eldest daughter lives with her partner.

There have been nights where me and my husband have been laying in bed waiting for her to come home after a night out, I expect to see her car sitting outside. Are we the only one’s that have done this, felt like this? No, I know there are thousands of parents thinking the same, but I’m sure it will get easier, after all it’s only been the first week!

I know I have to unclip my daughter's wings and let her fly, let her experience life and how it is in the real world doing her own cooking and washing and being totally responsible for herself but it doesn’t stop me from worrying about her especially in this horrid covid time.

I just wanted to share my thoughts and feelings. I know she will have an amazing time and in all honesty it will be really good for her to learn these life skills and being out of her comfort zone, after all one day she will have her own home, but mum will always be there to pick up the pieces, or dirty laundry on the floor! So hang on in there, getting through that first week has been the hardest but I know she is fine and enjoying life and that is all I can ask for. Only another three years to go! haha. Sending big hugs to all mums and dads that are experiencing this separation too.

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