Acknowledging my colonial settler privilege in living and working on the unceded territory of the Algonquin Anishinaabe People, in progress of learning right relationship with the land and its First People. Messy. As I type this the tears are drying on my cheeks from a big snotty cry because my grrl is leaving me again.My … Continue reading Showing up messy is … resistance
Photo: https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=23241619#file From the Self-Centred Newsletter Say what you will about social media – it’s a double-edged sword and, like most of us, I get caught up in doom scrolling for more time than I like – but I do love the ‘memories’ features that reminds me of where I was on this day last … Continue reading Dreaming of Blue Bears
My self-centred journey from politics to trauma informed healing. Because the world absolutely needs changing. Solstice season is a time for shedding the detritus of the past, and clearing space for new beginnings. What better time to be self-centred? How wonderful that we live connected to the Earth and its seasons of renewal and decay … Continue reading Self-Centred: Solstice Edition
What might open up for you if you were just a teeny bit easier on yourself?