A Collective Story

When writing the story of your life, don’t let anyone else hold the pen. Rebel Thriver

Those of you who have been following me for awhile know a bit about my story.

Over the past three years, since I’ve been blogging, I’ve shared much of what I love. I’ve shared parts of my homeland Australia, both in far away outback destinations and closer to home in my own backyard.

I’ve shared my deepest loss when my dear mum died. I’ve shared my periods of hopelessness, my struggles and disappointments.

Mostly though I’ve shared my hopes, dreams and joys, through my travels and through my words and pictures. And more recently through my music.

Life’s taught me that where there’s darkness there’s always light.

Last Saturday I was fortunate enough to see Ed Sheeran in concert, as part of a crowd of 60,000 people lighting Etihad Stadium. He’s an amazing artist who had us in the palm of his hand as he told his stories through beautiful lyrics and song.

Imagine the energy of 60,000 people, each with their individual hopes and dreams, all gathered together in a celebration of music, love and light.

We all have a story to tell in our own small part of the blogosphere and today I want to send you a more personal message.

So the short video below is for you, the first of many as I branch out and share more of my story, through my travels, my inspirations and my journey.

Now it’s your turn. Drop me a line and share a snippet of your own story. This storybook called life is constantly being rewritten and every day, no matter what’s gone before, is a blank page for something wonderful to appear.

It’s challenging, unpredictable and forever changing and we’re all a part of it, rewriting our own chapter at every turn.

Let’s make our collective story a beautiful one, written and spoken from the heart.

If you want your story to be magnificent, begin by realising that you are the author and every day is a new page. Mark Houlahan

Sending you light and love as we keep enjoying the journey.

In response to WPC: My story

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