All Posts by Kirsty S

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Kirsty wants to help you create a life you love. She helps you remove negative emotions and replace them with silence and peace.

Aug 04

Do you cry all the time?

By Kirsty S | Blog

so that’s a sign in itself.


What are you crying about? Write it down.


Let’s discuss that. Because crying is a sign of emotion and that’s a sign of thought that is making it happen.  That is coming from inside.


Aug 04

I want to get ahead

By Kirsty S | Blog

I want to get ahead. Why? What do you want to get ahead of?

My grand father used to say, “what are you too far away from”?

What are you trying to get ahead of?

Get ahead? is that about money or is that about security?

Getting ahead is actually impossible as everything is always ahead of you, even when you read this word. Yes this word. And THIS WORD.   It’s always past, even if just by a split second or less.  So, first lesson, just stop it. Stop trying to get ahead as that’s a waste of time.

Try to get now. GET NOW. GET NOW. GET NOW.


Jul 28

Appreciating my mummy

By Kirsty S | Blog



Hi everyone, so I’ve had some feelings of annoyance and possibly a bit of anger in the past about the way I was brought up. BUT the truth is, it’s the way I was raised that allowed me to become who I am today. And I quite like who I am today so that’s good! lol

My mum was a single-parent and a strong fighter. She also suffered for many years (ever since I can remember), with clinical depression. She probably inherited the genes from her Dad who was found dead on our Collaroy sofa when I as around 2 years old. He’d overdosed. They can’t prove it was suicide but he was suffering greatly from depression at the time and it was, after all over 40 years ago and medication was quite different then (so I’ve been told).

She nevertheless raised two healthy children and went on to find a lovely man to marry and lived happily for a further 15 years with him.

I wanted to write a blog today to say THANK YOU MUMMY for all you did for me and for our family and thank you for being a lovely funny character and a great role model for me and Sean (my brother). We are very lucky kids.

Love, Kir xxx
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Oct 02

Should you leave him?

By Kirsty S | Blog

Should I leave him?

That’s the million dollar question and only one you can answer.

But have you ever considered, it might be you that can change and make things so that you don’t want to leave?

Let’s see…

Kirsty xxx

May 04

My past was a lot of crap

By Kirsty S | Blog

Just because I believed it, didn’t make it true.

What do you tell yourself that isn’t true? How is it affecting you every day?

See what I was telling myself in this video.

Lots of love
Kir xxx

Jun 25

How come I’m so lucky?

By Kirsty S | Blog

You can think of yourself as lucky or unlucky - it's up to you alone

Today I had what I call a lucky day (so far, it’s only 9:50am).

I was lucky because I had a flat battery in my car at the park – at least one hour walk with my 4 year old and it was just about to start raining.

“Lucky? Hey? What are you talking about?” you might be saying.

Yes, totally unbelievably lucky!

I had been having battery troubles for a few weeks, kinda just not quite starting as quickly as it normally had. So, I’d ignored it.

Anyway, it did give up the ghost sitting at the park where I’d forgotten to take my mobile phone. Oh well, LUCKY for me there was a nice man that loaned me his. It was even more LUCKY because our home phone is not working right now (no, not because of me forgetting to pay the bill!) and I had left it charged and in the kitchen so I could call my other son at home to get him to walk to school today.

Then I called roadside assist and LUCKY for me I had 3 days left on the policy AND I got a completely new battery for free.

A lot of other LUCKY things happened this morning too, my dog’s ball fell down the big water drain but it was “stuck” in some leaves and so we got it out…

Just as we got back in the car, it started to rain. HOW LUCKY!

I could have written my morning story a LOT differently and thought I was so UNLUCKY to have had all those things happen… but why think of myself as UNLUCKY when I could think of myself as LUCKY?

It’s a lot more fun thinking you are LUCKY.

Lots of love,
Kir xxx