Many years ago my main focus was on being a spiritual wellbeing life coach, I gave talks, held work shops and had several private clients.This was of course before becoming ill and having to concentrate all of my efforts and energies into dealing with my health and the new limitations I now faced. I have, however , aways missed it, the pull of going back to it all tugging at my ankles the entire time. Well I have decided to start back up again.
In the ideal world I would be in Wales and have a bricks and mortar emporium. Filled with all sorts of things from antiques, vintage clothes, hand made items, and art. I would have a little area where we can sit and drink tea whilst chatting. An open fire to sit in front of to hold reading groups, fix and stick sessions as well as just gatherings for like minded people. Of course food would always be on offer too. This emporium would be part of my homestead. I’d have bunk houses for travellers, barns kitted out for performing, holding workshops, festivals. Yurts to gather and chill out in. Areas and work shops to paint and create, oh and many properties to house myself, family and friends in. Does anyone have a spare village they no longer want?
As I am stuck in a council house in the midlands though online will have to do for now. I am going to be using this blog and The Dandelions Emporium over on Instagram. That way I can keep all my different content focused on each account on there and other socials but keep it all together in one place here. I have some followers who are not interested in the spiritual side of things, and some who are not interested in the homesteading side of things. I have come to realise that my whole life and the skills I’ve learnt along the way were not only preparing me for an apocalypse but also so I have many ways to make a living, or at least try to. I have been focused on the negative things that have bombarded me over my lifetime, understandably so, but now I feel as though it is time to start putting myself out there again and with all the new experience and challenges I face. I have also come to realise that I am not alone, that others can relate to the things I talk about and there are even some amazing people who believe in me more than I believe in myself.