No Fixed Address

Sometimes it all feels a bit heavy? Having no fixed address doesn’t fit with the society we’ve built. It seems no-one quite knows what to do with me?  Everywhere I go, it seems, there’s a form to fill in and someone is asking you where I live. It’s tempting to give up… Is this similar … Read more


This is the week – or two – that everyone goes crazy here in Calgary! I’ve never seen so many cowboy boots and hats as I did the other night – mostly on the hundreds of leggy young girls in micro-shorts (at Ranchmans – which was completely over-the-top crazy)! And I had no idea that … Read more


Leaving your home behind and going off travelling for a couple of years may sound like a dream-come-true… Sounds like the good life. But… It’s not without its own challenges. Which took me by surprise. Belonging and feeling ‘rooted’ is a very powerful human need. And I know that? I talk about it a lot with my clients. … Read more

Rain and Floods

The next day S and I left and headed for Port Aransas – I wanted to show off the glorious beaches I’ve often boasted of but the weather had other ideas. In fact the weather echoed what I felt deep inside: the wind howled, thunder rumbled, lightning flashed  in the distance and the rain bucketed … Read more

Down to the wire

My stay here is almost over and my legs feel lead: I don’t want to leave. I’ve grown to truly love this part of Texas. This last week I was based at a lovely RV park,  a short way from Corpus Christi which you get to over a long causeway and a tall bridge that stretches … Read more

Back in the saddle of life

Re-entry from our fabulous cruise was interesting. Daily life for me at the moment isn’t home and work – very comforting and normalizing – but traveling and exploring on my own. Having loved ones, roots, routine – even a job?! – around is a precious anchor:  I need my friends and family every bit as … Read more


Oh no… We had already left ‘at sea’ behind us and were arriving back in the port of San Juan by the time I got out on to the deck (again) to watch the sunrise over the horizon, out at sea.  I’d set my alarm for 5.45am and made it in time – this time … Read more