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What’s Your Grocery Game?

Daily, Weekly, Fortnightly?

Do you enjoy Grocery shopping? [Me: “Hell No”].

In my ‘Single Mumma’ days, I was paid fortnightly, so I shopped fortnightly.

When Hubby and I moved in together, we lived in central which meant we just went daily, we’d take in turns and get whatever we needed on demand. Mind you, neither of us would ever walk away from our daily shops spending any less than one ‘Pineapple’ ($50).

I’ve also tried weekly shopping, online shopping, online/pick up. I’ve had routines that have worked and others where we spent way too much [i.e. choosing extra things we didn’t need and weren’t on the list] or, having a huge amount of wastage and filling a big garbage bag full of veggies we didn’t end up using [wastage is a pet hate of mine].

The verdict… I’m going to share with you, ‘My Grocery Game’ – Tips and tricks where I have had the greatest success. I’m not just talking about saving money and minimising wastage, I’m talking about the ‘practicality’. What suits our family and my weekly routine strategically so I can set and forget and focus on other less mundane activities. Let’s face it, grocery shopping is a bore, I dislike everything about it, from rush hour and trying to get a park and then the loading, unloading and unpacking… repeat. Thankfully I’ve found my grocery niche, my ‘grocery game.’

Fresh Fruit and Veg

[I’m laughing, because I’m writing about groceries, so many giggles on my own right now… groceries?! Really, haha!? So practical, though… right? I’m always keen to get other ideas on what could make this a more enjoyable process].

This is my Monday to Sunday basic routine when it comes to food, cooking, shopping and planning, which are all easy tips to implement.


  • I meal plan for Tuesday – Friday and do an online order (for pick up on Tuesday morning). So I’m only planning four meals which is easier than seven or fourteen, right!
  • Dinner: we get chicken and chips (it’s a childhood legacy from Hubby’s upbringing + it’s a night off cooking for me + more importantly…. Delicious!) #naughtybutnice
  • Clean out the fridge in preparation for tomorrow’s pick up


  • pick up the groceries from Woolies. I absolutely love the pick up option… why? I’m not waiting around for a 3-4 hour window wondering when the delivery will arrive. Pick up is more flexible and it’s easy-‘peasy’.
  • sort my groceries into Pantry, Fridge and Freezer sections and give the fridge a wipe out before packing away.
  • Whilst unpacking I cook a soup, its easy and low maintenance and can do this whilst multi-tasking. The result= my lunch sorted + plus freezer portions.

Pumpkin + Chickpea soup

  • I also make healthy snacks – this week I made Strawberry and Rhubarb Spelt muffins (trust me, we have plenty of the packaged variety snacks in our pantry, so for me I need to prepare a few fresh treats) 
  • I cut celery and carrot so that when the kids and I get hungry it’s ready to dip into some hummus. When I’m really hungry and nothing is prepared I will always choose the unhealthy option, so preparation is key for my will power.Food Prep
  • cut up anything too big for my crisper, this also means I’m more likely to use it if it’s semi-prepped and ready to go.
  • Freeze any meat that’s not needed for a few days.

Wednesday + Thursday

Enjoy your days, knowing you don’t have to think about what to have for dinner nor do you have to go to the supermarket… yay!

Friday + Saturday

  • We sometimes have takeaway either Friday or Saturday night, so if we get take away on Friday, I just move Friday’s meal to Saturday or vice versa.
  • By this stage we generally do just a little top up shop of milk/bread and any other essentials we need for over the weekend (bacon and eggs for a Sunday brunch etc).


  • My favourite… I call this ‘Masterchef’ challenge night. It’s when I invent a meal purely out of whatever I have in the house. There might be leftover veggies, frozen meat… anything. I always have the basics stocked, like pasta, rice, Quinoa etc so it’s a matter of being creative and I love this (a good chance to use up what would otherwise be thrown away the next day). I’ll be honest though, sometimes its eggs on toast.   Other times, I will prepare a ‘Sunday Roast’ or a slow cooker dish.

Grocery List Tip: We have been doing this successfully for years now. I use a Kikki.K Shopping List, I feel like we’ve been through about twenty of them. It lives on our kitchen bench. Basically the minute we run out of something it goes on the list (everyone except my toddler does this, it’s a rule). For all of our essentials I have back ups, so we never run out. It’s also great for hungry teenagers that whine about what’s available. I say to my teenage daughter “If it’s not on the list, it doesn’t get bought”. The benefit of this, is that besides meal planning, my list is always ready to go for whoever is popping to the shops. I don’t have to search for what we ran out of or figure out what we need. It takes care of itself.

Meal planning is something I love, because I have a huge passion for cooking. I’ll write a separate post all about this.

What’s your ‘Grocery Game’, what works for you, do you have any tips? Sharing little life hacks and hearing others makes me so happy. I’m like “wow, why did I never think of that… I’m SO GOING TO DO THAT NOW”! Etc.

I hope you’re all having a fantabulous week.

Bec x

P.S. Go through your pantry and chuck out whatever you don’t need. De-cluttering the kitchen cupboards or pantry is a nightmare, but the therapeutic effect when it’s done is ‘soooooooooo’ worth it!

P.P.S. My husband on the other hand loves to do groceries and likes ticking things off the list. I despise a big grocery shop as I’ve mentioned, however, from time to time when I’m not in a rush, I do like to browse the aisles and see what’s new. It’s these kind of trips that I buy a lot of what I don’t need (but it’s fun).


© Copyright 2016 becbraid



How awesome is gratitude…

Often, in today’s society we are quick to judge, we are quick to critisise and often, we don’t stop to appreciate the good things people do.

I just recently sent one of my counselling educators an email containing some positive gratitude. They spend soooooo long providing feedback about assignments or answering questions etc. And when I get a really engaging teacher, a teacher I can truly learn from and be guided by, it makes my study experience so much more enriching (particularly with online study). They also stand out like a light bulb as a ‘favourite’ teacher. I felt grateful and so I thanked her. Yes, she’s employed to do so, yes, she gets paid to do so… but this attitude just stirs the pot on too much ‘entitlement’ (in my opinion). She was genuinely so appreciative saying she vary rarely receives feedback… so a few minutes of my time brightened her day and probably created a smile within that made all her hard work worthwhile. It may have re-fulfilled her ‘purpose cup’ and reassured her of her work and the value that she provides to others.

Then today… I feel so lucky and appreciated. Lucky because I’m working and doing what I love, and appreciated because some beautiful people took the time to simply say thanks.

Coincidentally, I received two thank you cards today:

  1. Brunslea Park – Sam + Madds

In the past month, I’ve teamed up with Brunslea Park – they have welcomed me into their team for various projects over the coming few months. We are collaborating and joining heads to bring more value, connection and strategy to the Brunslea Park community through the services that I provide at becbraid Copywriting. [Read more about my services].

Sam and I met today for another creative content meeting and upon arriving there was a card (and an amazing Bliss Ball – FYI Sam makes THE best Bliss Balls).

The card made my day. I worked really hard on my holiday and at times I sacrificed family time as I had myself pretty thinly spread between work, study, family and the holiday itself. Even though this was my choice and dedication that I wanted to demonstrate for my new client, it was so amazing to receive thanks and acknowledgement from them. I felt immediately valued and was welcomed into their tribe. A small gesture with a big result!

P.S. anyone in their first year of business will understand the sacrifices you make and the family juggle that is inevitable in the start up phase. 

  1. Cancer Council Head Office – Cancer Connect Team

Since 2015 I’ve been a Cancer Council Volunteer (firstly in our local office), and in 2016 I became a Cancer Connect Peer Support Leader after completing training in Sydney – you can read more about this service here: I speak to other cancer fighters/survivors in their time of despair or questioning. Its highly moving work, at times can be difficult, but I do so because I know how desperate I was to talk to someone when I was diagnosed and afterwards in tying times. Today, I received a thank you note in light of it being ‘Volunteers Week’.

How incredible it is to both give and receive gratitude? How important it is to practice gratitude, whether by gratitude journal or simply saying quietly in your mind how grateful you are for the little moments of magic in every day life!

Do you practice gratitude?

Do you offer gratitude to others?

As I mentioned in the introduction, all too often people are quick to jump on negative feedback or criticism – why don’t we try to give more energy to the great things people do!

Bec x

What’s Your Flight Style?

Are you a talker, sleeper or ‘do-er’?

I recently boarded a flight back to Sydney after a work trip. We’d had a beautiful morning at the beach before reluctantly packing to head back home… Home is inland and very much ‘beachless’. A little sad to leave the turquoise ocean behind, yet, feeling grateful for our mini break.

Anyway, the point of this article is to seek ‘What’s Your Flight Style’? This may seem like a weird question, yet this thought process came to me when I boarded this particular flight back to Sydney.

We slotted into our row of three and immediately did our [family] ritual… bags up or under the seat. iPad hidden so that Mr ‘four’ can be bribed to sleep before the iPad comes out, drink bottle ready, snacks within easy reach, and don’t forget the three favourite super hero figurines that must be held in gorgeous chubby toddler hands. Hubby’s usually catching flies before take off (i.e. yes, he is snoring and sound asleep – an impossibility for me).

The above all plays out fine, when group flying that is – i.e. you already have your ‘crowd’ you know them and it’s easy to fly in familiar company. However, what if you are flying solo?

When you fly solo, you are unavoidably going to be seated next to a complete stranger or two. Do you chat to them? Do you say hi and then do what you want to do without any interaction? Or are you an engager for the long haul [the entire flight]?

As we settled into our seats, behind us sat a woman who was eager to spruik conversation with her fellow stranger. Before I’d had a chance to put a magazine in my seat pocket, she’d already introduced herself, extracted fellow stranger’s name, age, final destination and asked for a photo of where ‘said stranger’ lived… I said to my husband “We’ve got a talker”… he grimaced and rolled his eyes at the same time.   This incessant chitter-chatter didn’t look like it would dim. No, in fact it was going from strength to strength.

I listened… a) because she was a loud talker so it was hard to ignore, and, b) because I thought I could get a story without doing the legwork of the interview [bonus].

If you are seated beside someone who wishes to talk [interrogate] you, how do you handle it? Do you look at your novel and pine, knowing that you are not going to get the opportunity to turn those glorious pages in peace, or do you have a trick up your sleeve to politely [or not so politely] disengage from conversation?


I’ve always been polite and sometimes ‘too shy’ to assertively withdraw [continuing conversation because it’s making the other person happy]… that was until years ago, when someone taught me the headphone trick… This works a treat: smile at the person interrogating you as you place the buds in your ears and say, “late night!” – Whilst closing your eyes, placing your head back and pretending to be asleep at lightning speed. Give it ten to fifteen, and then, without any eye contact or engaging body language, swiftly pick up your book and get reading without the slightest of a side look. Voilà – message sent loud and clear.

Often we are able to engage in small talk for a short duration before natural human instincts allow other like-minded humans to ‘do their own thing’ or give them some space. They can read the play, they know the exact timings of ‘niceties’ and know when to just let someone be.


I can tell you… after this particular flight, I wanted to turn around and high-five the good sport that answered rapid-fire questions for one and a half hours, politely with only a hint of reluctance, yet didn’t opt for an escape [perhaps she forgot her headphones].

I listened, I love to listen and close my eyes to see what I can absorb – I wanted to know whether she [the interviewer aka. the ‘talker’] would leave any stone unturned].

I learned what kind of milk the talker gave to her children, the kind that comes with cream on top, which her kids love. I learned her 74-year-old grandfather runs a handy man business and is still full of beans (God love him), that she has two children and her nine-year-old daughter is interested in all things marine life. Her interviewee [victim] lives remotely on a spread of land containing three properties… “Three Properties” the talker exclaimed, the conversation steered into jobs and her career. I cringed and held my breath momentarily when I thought she might ask what her taxable income was. “Cattle” she said, followed by “how many head”? “Sheep” she said, followed by “How many head”. Do you have a mum? Are you close? What does she think of your boyfriend? What’s the first thing you do in the morning before work, before responsibilities? No, even before breakfast, what do you do? Where were you born? What is your heritage? She had no boundaries… Onto asking how she met her boyfriend and what their plans were with regard to timeframe of procreating! Really? It didn’t stop… literally for one and a half hours; she just kept it going… She’d have made a bloody good 60 Minute journo [cough… interrogator].

I like to use flight time to write, or to read, interrupted intermittently by toddler requests and snoring from ‘fly catching’ husband. Of course, with the exception of short flights, because the minute I open my laptop, I’m told by the hostess that, “It’s now time to prepare for landing”… total laptop time… two point five minutes [insert sarcasm].

So all in all, I would say I’m a polite talker for a limited time only, I then like to ‘do’ [read or write] and on the odd occasion sleep. Or in the case of this flight, I listened and was both mortified and intrigued at the gusto and persistence of the passenger behind me. She was really lovely and she was genuinely interested in her side-seated passenger… but for this flight, I happily dodged a bullet and sat in the comfort of my family cocoon.

The only exception… the jackpot! What do I mean by this? Sometimes, on very rare occasions, you have flight opportunity. Meaning that you make a worthwhile business contact, gain a new friend, or expand personal development from a person that has something to offer. Sometimes the reverse, a passenger can gain something from you in which you’re prepared to share. It has to feel right though; it calls for the right disposition. You must feel open and likewise for your fellow passenger to be open. I guess the ‘talker’ in this instance thought perhaps that she’d hit her own jackpot on this flight, hence, incessant talking. Nevertheless, interrogating is never quite my style!

What’s your flight style?


BB x

Do You Struggle to Stay on Track?


Do you need a little girl power?  A little inspiration to get you moving?  Keep you moving?  Or, do you need someone who is cooking a deliciously nutritious meal to post a picture so at that very moment, you decide that you might hit the kitchen and reach for the fresh ingredients instead of ordering pizza?

I realised that I was relying on myself to get me going!  Promising myself things that I was not delivering on… Starting the week brilliantly and then failing miserably – with NO accountability.  Sure I get disappointed in myself, but then I might pat myself on the back, say “It’s ok, there’s always next week” [as I eat my second mint slice and a cup of coffee before bed]… coffee before bed… #notsmart

What if instead of hitting the choccy biscuits, I reach out and chat to my ‘Accountability Club’ so that I can find some inspiration and strength to have another go instead of wallowing in self defeat.  You never know, there might be someone else sitting with a choccy biscuit and then you decide that you’ll meet up and walk the lake tomorrow??  


I must stress that needing accountability for myself is not focused on weight loss – it’s because I want to feel amazing, energised and strong.  I want to feel confident and proud of myself because I choose to look after myself on a consistent basis.

After I posted this blog and also published the same article a few weeks ago in Enlighten E-Magazine here, I had other like minded woman contact me with interest about this ‘Accountability Group’.

The group has now launched and here is the description:

“This group came about when I personally felt like I needed some accountability. So that I could stop breaking promises to myself. I got sick of going in circles to find constant motivation and support (because right now, I don’t attend any form of group fitness – it’s just me working out with me, to fit into our busy life). Oh except yoga, I do group yoga classes.

In writing my blog and my e-magazine ‘Enlighten’ I suggested an accountability forum which would ultimately be a supportive community of like-minded woman.

I personally want a little team of people so that we can all gently guide one another to stay on track for a healthier lifestyle.

Why? The ultimate goal for me when it comes to exercise and nutrition is because I want to feel strong, energised, healthy and confident.

It IS NOT simply to lose weight – it’s a life choice and a ‘feeling’ of good health.

It’s important to note that it is not an advisory group. It’s a place where we can share, encourage and motivate each other to keep moving and keep fuelling our bodies with nurturing goodness.

Each day, feel free to share what exercise you managed to get done, or a beautiful recipe that you loved… whatever relates to a healthy lifestyle.

Think… links to youtube at home training sessions, a great book, recipes, a great local yoga studio, a guided meditation or a group fitness class that you enjoyed.

It’s a place to support, encourage and inspire one another.

For me, I’m constantly inspired by other woman doing amazing things, so I’m hoping this supportive community can help us all embrace our inner beauty and power to be exactly who we are – confidently.

Self Love.

Welcome aboard. Whilst I’ve created this group, it is an all inclusive setting where anyone and everyone is encouraged to contribute and lead any posts you think are relevant.”

So if you think you’d like to join a support group to keep you on track, accepting the human element of imperfection and embrace the fact that we are simply trying to get the best out of ourselves whilst simultaneously bringing out the best in one another – then jump on board, I’d love to have you.


Here’s the link: Accountability Club or simply comment below (or on the FB thread) and I will add you.

BB x

Packing Away the Silly Season

[Originally published in ENLIGHTEN – ISSUE NO. 2]

You know when you realise enough is enough… when you’ve felt it for a long time, yet you seem to grant yourself permission to continue to defy what is important. You talk yourself around to avoid guilt, and you inevitably continue to sabotage yourself… Why? Because, “Heck, you deserve to have fun.” Right? [… well at least that’s what I’ve been telling myself… just one more drink, just one more piece of cheese].

When the ‘fun’, the ‘silly season’ and the ‘summer lovin’ indulgence flows well and truly into the New Year, you begin to feel sluggish. Let me tell you what I’m talkin’ about (my mum and I had some fun and made a poem)…

‘ tis the season

To be jolly

French champagne  

And Christmas holly

Chocolate and cocktails

Celebrating with friends…

No time for thoughts  


Festivities continue…

With delicious food,

This keeps us all In a festive mood!  

Perhaps it’s because I’ve not yet packed down my Christmas tree… all the other decorations are packed back into boxes, yet, the Christmas tree remains… I need to get my act together (in more ways than one).  [AFTER NOTE: MY XMAS TREE IS NOW AWAY – THANK GOODNESS]

I’ve lost all motivation, every single shred.  If I start the week right, it’s wrong by Thursday.  If it’s wrong by Tuesday, it can wait until next Monday.  Exercise crazy one week, then nothing for the next three weeks.  Consistency is key, and it’s the one thing I’m lacking…


Motivation. Commitment. Discipline. Strength.


Silly Season


Energy. Self Love. Endorphins. Happiness. Routine. Balance.


Now… I don’t believe in exercising purely to look great. No, that philosophy went out the window when my 20’s did.

Yet… I do believe regular exercise combined with nurturing and cleansing food can create a better feeling and love for oneself and it is felt deeply within. I exercise for mental health; I eat well because I respect my life and my body.

Now, don’t get me wrong… I love the silly season as much as the next person, however, when you start to reap the ‘rewards’ (the bulge) of the said silly season, you begin to feel a little blah…

I want vitality back in my life, I want to feel alive and strong and motivated. I want to bounce out of bed in the morning and I DO NOT want to feel sluggish anymore.

Do you feel the same? Has your silly season taken you from late November to March???

Do you want to regain your zest, your fire and start operating on all cylinders once more? Firing cylinders that make you feel strong and empowered?

I know I do… but who is going to keep me accountable? And… Who is going to keep YOU accountable?

What if there was an accountability club? A Support System?

I like to mix it up (exercise routine) whilst simultaneously having a structure that is achievable.

I’ve never been a morning exerciser, yet, this year, I want that to change.  I want to exercise Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings.

Who would like to join my accountability club?

Perhaps we have a FB page where we can log our workouts, simply by commenting about what we did. Others logging their workouts/exercise will ultimately serve as encouragement and motivation for ourselves to do the same thing. We can offer each other support and share experiences of a great yoga studio, gym class or a walking trail they enjoyed.

If you’re in… if you like the sound of having support and more importantly, the feeling of accountability then shoot me an email (or comment below or on FB), and I’ll get something up and running.

We owe it to ourselves to move it or lose it – and remember I’m not talking about weight loss or image (that is simply a by-product), I’m talking about feeling great from the inside out, respecting and loving ourselves… giving to ourselves.

BB x

Meet the Mindful Warrior

Anna is the creator and director of ‘Mindful Warrior’ a business that brings a series of mindfulness classes and workshops to our children. When you meet Anna, you will be filled with the presence of kind energy, genuine care and a deep appreciation – for all she represents and all she is capable of giving to our children, in a world that sometimes lacks the appreciation for such art [mindfulness], inner strength, self love and self belief.


Anna Gannon – Founder ‘The Mindful Warrior’

Anna’s classes include, meditation, yoga, Mindful drumming, Mindful colouring as well as Family Mindfulness sessions… Mindful brilliance if you ask me.

So, what happens when you step inside the world of a Mindful Warrior class?

I had the privilege of experiencing a Mindful Warrior Drumming class, which was held in the school holidays. Feel the magic that Anna creates for our children. 

Step inside… Mindful Drumming

Children creep in slowly… they find a place on a brightly coloured cushion and exercise patience in leaving their drum until class starts. There is excitement; there is hesitation and anticipation. The children look at the Djembe (drum) longingly; they cannot wait to get started.

Awakening the senses, it begins with everyone closing their eyes as they focus, they focus on themselves, everyone turns inwards to enjoy a sense of calm and stillness, a sense of knowing and a teaching of the still and quiet.

It sets the scene to embark on the power of the beat…

There is no TV,

There are no cartoons,

There is no Play Station, no Xbox…

There was focus,

There was stillness,

There was willingness.

The sound of the Djembe’s… the power of the beat… brings unity to the group.

Electrifying smiles, glimmer in their eyes, there’s magic within this space.

Through Anna’s guidance, mindful drumming creates Warrior Drummers…

Anna holds their attention and nurtures conversations about feelings. The children demonstrate an empowerment and share stories of feeling, and all kinds of emotions. All the children engage and relate to one another, realising they are not alone; this brings a sense of comfort and gentle smiles around the room.


Back on the Djembe’s (pronounced ‘jem-bays’) they ‘rumble’ the drums… electrifying the room, empowering freedom to release and feeling the sounds from within.

The contrast of loud drumming and the tranquillity of stillness, generate two unique mind spaces. Often we experience life as ‘fast paced’ living. For the children to truly feel the quiet within, prior to transitioning into the loud and powerful drumming is a gift. A gift of learning how you can still be calm and centred, even when life gets loud and noisy.

The genuine joy and awe of the Mindful Warriors (drummers) could be felt throughout the space like positive electricity and energy.

The circle of warriors were engaged and inspired by Anna – she speaks a language they understand, a language that intrigues them, a language that nurtures and uplifts.

I witnessed an awakening of ‘shyness’ into confidence.

Eyes lighting up to see their parents arrive so they can show off what they’ve learnt.

Finishing on a high, a huge group ‘rumble’ on the Djembe produce the grand ‘finale’… A sense of achievement felt within each and every Mindful Warrior.

With a grin from ear to ear, the proud energy emerges like a butterfly.

Do yourself a favour and check out what Mindful Warrior has to offer.

FB @mindfulwarriorempowerment

Instagram @mindfulwarrioraustralia

Phone 0412 533 171

BB x

Crochet Therapy

The story behind my hand made cards, began when I was nearing the end of my radiotherapy treatment two years ago and I was going out of my mind. Chemotherapy had finished and I was onto daily ‘ray’ treatments to eradicate any remaining cancer cells.

Having to walk through the Cancer Centre doors on a daily basis was not good on my mind and I became extremely anxious. I started to get paranoid… I was nearing the end of active treatment when questions and fear overtook my mind… what if it [treatment] didn’t work, and what if I was going to receive dreadful news regardless of everything I have done to fight the cancer? What am I going to do with my life now? How do I prove that I need my life and I want my life? Was I going to return to my previous career or pave a new future for myself? Was I ever going to have another baby that I so desperately wanted? Should I study? Should I volunteer somewhere? Who even am I after this battle?

My mind was in overdrive and it wasn’t healthy!! (I’m so grateful for the healthy place both my mind and body have found in this present moment).

So it was onto operation ‘find something to keep me busy’!! I started with my pantry… Once it was orderly (ridiculously labelled and co-ordinated), I moved onto another cupboard. I was continually seeking something to keep my mind active and present instead of wandering off into the scary world of uncertainty.

And so I taught myself how to crochet. I started with jewellery baskets and flowers. I would make cards from my creations whenever I needed them for special occasions. Including a beautiful pink and white cross for my God Daughter’s baptism and using my bright flowers to create blank cards for friends.


After crocheting for over two years now, I had quite the collection of things I’d made. Whenever I have free time, I always pick up my hook and a colour that inspires me in that moment, and then I stitch away. Often people laugh and call me a ‘Nanna’ and that’s ok – my ‘taking up’ crochet was a welcome light and distraction at I time I desperately needed it. It’s a hobby that I just love and fits perfectly with my ‘mindfulness practice’.


I loved taking pics of my brightly coloured flowers on Sunshine Beach QLD

After a recent crochet rampage (hours and hours) I decided to make a bunch of beautiful handmade cards. I personally love buying handmade made with love and mindfulness.



After crafting my own bits and pieces, I can appreciate the amount of time and love that goes into various handiworks that end up at our local markets as well as online stores.

I absolutely love gifting hand made goods, because they offer, ‘that little something a bit more special’  [and a little less commercialised].

It’s through creativity that I found mindfulness and a distraction from an ever divulging mind that just wouldn’t slow down.

Creativity requires the courage to let go of certainties.” – Erich Fromm

BB x