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Tag Archives: living abroard
The best things in life…….
There are so many free ways to get happiness and to also enjoy the best things in life and I´ve experienced this over the last few weeks. I´m away from my loved ones and missing them and yet just looking … Continue reading
Posted in Coaching, Living Abroad, Low Thyroid, Positive Actions, positive thinking, Recovering Me Tagged B12, family, friends, Gill Brookshaw, good memories, health, kisses, lanzarote, laughter, living abroard, love, nature, power of attraction, power of now, power of positive action, power of positive thought, sleep, wine tour Leave a comment
Getting to call a place ‘Home’
Its been over 18 months now since I moved to Spain and it is now beginning to feel like home to me until I have to drive around Benidorm with its unfamiliar layout of roads and names for roads that … Continue reading
Posted in Coaching, Living Abroad Tagged Altea, Benidorm, dogs, home, living abroard, recovering Leave a comment
Is two years too long to be left?
Benidorm Dog Homing are a group of volunteers who support the Benidorm Dog Pound. We are the ones who run a Facebook page and rehabilitate these dogs into new homes. Let me introduce you to one of the forgotten dogs. … Continue reading
Posted in Coaching, Living Abroad Tagged alicante, Altea, Benidorm, change, coaching, difficult, dogs, hard, life changes, living abroard, one step, rescue, spain, time Leave a comment
Change happens all around us.
Only been here what seems like a short while and yet I have seen the changes frmo Spring to Summer and now with Autumn about to happen I’m wondering what next? Can you cope with change, is it something you … Continue reading
Posted in Coaching, Living Abroad, ME Tagged Ale Hop, Altea, change, drinking, eating, ex-pat, fear, living abroard, restaurants, shopping, spain, spring, summer, sun bathing, tourists 2 Comments
Gaining confidence – A Poem
For a number of years I ran a dance experience, yes it was a business and often a lot of hard work. It gave me great pleasure to meet so many new people and through dance I saw their lives … Continue reading
Posted in Coaching, Living Abroad Tagged Altea, ambitions, Bromborough, candyman, Christine Aguilera, confidence, connection, dance, Dancenorthwest, dancing, determination, dreams, Ellesmere Port, enquiring mind, ex-pat, friends, hypothyroid, illness, Kevin Lyth, laughter, living abroard, ME, Modern French Jive, music, partner, poem, poetry, relationships, sense of fun, spain, support, tiredness, touch, wife, Wirral Leave a comment