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A Master was once a Disaster

For the final post in our change-themed blog hop, Sandra has shared a wonderful piece on how to take those first steps towards change AND keep yourself on track.

…each step forward in the direction of your ultimate goal is a learning step, whether you are taking a positive or a negative step… always remembering that those you aspire to be like weren’t born a master at the skill. It takes practice.

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Read the full post here

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This is part of the ‘Change’ blog hop series I’m taking part in with the Health and Happiness Collective, which you can read more about here.

crazy little thing called change

A lovely post from Jan, sharing with us changes from her garden. I love a green thumb… though sadly do not possess one!

This is part of the ‘Change’ blog hop series I’m taking part in with the Health and Happiness Collective, which you can read more about here.

The Eloquent Garden

Humans seem  fascinated, sometimes obsessed with change. In the name of change, humans embark on some fabulous,  interesting, and some might say quite crazy behaviours.

I’ve just read “Maddadam’ by Margaret Atwood. Now she’s an author who’s  terrific at imagining change. She  takes our fantasies, our dreams of change and details them in dystopian comedy-dramas. “God’s Gardeners” in charge of the world. Hmm. Not so practical, it turns out. And that marvelous  fantasy that males and females have –  ‘if only we knew exactly when someone wanted to mate with us’ –  that would save us so much time and heartache we think. It’s wonderful what Atwood does with that one. I won’t spoil it for potential readers, but it does involve spontaneous colour change of body parts.

And plants and animals  change too in surprising, fascinating ways.  Convergent evolution, where two unrelated species take on the characteristics of one…

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Change and the Fertile Body

Another great blog post from one of our Health and Happiness Collective, the excellent Chinese medicine and acupuncture practitioner Peter Kington. In this post, Peter talks about one of my favourite topics: fertility! He gives you his general tips for enhancing fertility, and the importance of embracing the changes that come with these.

Change can be terribly daunting; it can be something we avoid… where complex infertility stands in your way of being a parent, change not only ‘should’ happen, it MUST happen.

Read Peter’s full post

The ultimate outcome!

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This is part of the ‘Change’ blog hop series I’m taking part in with the Health and Happiness Collective, which you can read more about here.

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