Life is about the journey, not the destination

Life journey ramblings
An Introduction

Just a regular person, telling their story

Learn from experiences

The journey of life is all about experiences and how we view them. There are lessons to be learnt in every situation, and every lesson helps us grow as a person. We change, adapt and evolve over our lifetime.

Sometimes, other people's experiences help us reflect back on our own. They can trigger thoughts, emotions and actions within ourselves. But we seem to have lost the art of telling stories, at least not long ones. We're in a society of short snippets of information, and usually only the good stuff, because it's all about image, right? And who doesn't want to project having a perfect life?

But let's be realistic. Life isn't perfect and we see less than half of what others want to show us of their lives. How can we grow as individuals and as a collective, if the not-so-perfect parts aren't shared? How can we evolve? Experiences were meant to be shared. People are meant to socialise and interact, even in a time when we're forced into isolation.

My journey so far hasn't been an easy one but I'm okay with that. Each encounter has shaped me. I change and grow everyday and I love that I do. I have stories to tell and I think that I look at life a bit differently to others, and I write about them a bit differently too. So welcome to my blog and read on. If some of my experiences and encounters can help you in your journey, then I've made a difference and I'm happy.



Random rambling thoughts fill my mind & so I write

The links to my latest three blogs are below - read on...

Shake It Off - Jun 2022

They say to dance like no-one's watching. But what does that really mean? And why dance? Why not sing? And are you supposed to always...

Making Room - Apr 2022

There's something amazingly wonderful about cleaning... really cleaning. Cleaning to the point where you're moving furniture...


My thoughts are my own & they are neither wrong nor right... they are simply my thoughts