A version of this post originally appeared in my Slow Letters, an email I send out every second Monday that I hope will feel supportive and nourishing to you. If you enjoy the following, sign up here to receive my Slow Letters delivered straight to your inbox. It’s been two and a half years since
Something that we don’t talk about very often is money. It’s central to how most of us operate in the capitalist system we reside within, it’s something that probably crosses our mind most days, and for many of us, money may cause us a great deal of stress. Yet it’s something we rarely talk about.
One of my core values – as you probably could guess by now if you’ve been following me for a little while – is authenticity. It is important for me to be real and raw with all of you. There are still things I don’t share. I don’t share anything I haven’t fully processed for
Back in August was the one year anniversary of the completion of my Masters in Counselling Psychology. I’ve been a fully fledged therapist for well over a year now, and I thought this would be a good chance to reflect on what I have learned. It has been an exciting ride, to say the least.