Have enough grace for yourself

“Stop trying to run on an empty tank.” My biggest lessons about who I am as a woman, what I will and won’t tolerate – have shown themselves through the cracks of my flaws as a human being. Thing is we all lie. May not be to those we live alongside daily but to our […]

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If it no longer serves you, let it go

“We spend so much of our life forming attachments to things, people, places, thoughts and emotions that our lives become overburdened with trivial things that really do not matter.” We’ve all heard of the word “hoarding” and often guilty of this habit. I personally have a box in my wardrobe filled with cards, letters and […]

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Guest Blog Post by Sai Radikedike: Finding Home Again

Belonging is a natural reaction, intrinsic. It gives us a sense of identity. We search in order to find a community, a group of friends, a country in which we belong. The Lioness Mom shares with serasituations her experience of moving to France and finding her sense of belonging. Where she finds it isn’t where […]

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Guest Blog Post by Ashleigh Gibb: Approval Addiction

I met Ash earlier this year through my sister-in-love, Lily. Ash oozes love and understanding like no other. Besides being a CrossFit fan, she works in the Red Light District of Thailand and actively seeks justice for women by exploiting the sex trade. This piece relates to all of us because we cannot deny that […]

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Stay in your lane boo

“As long as the earth endures, seedtime and harvest, cold and heat, summer and winter, day and night will never cease.” Genesis 8:22 When I read this scripture I recognise that seasons are inevitable. Like so in our lives we will experience seasons. There will be moments better than others – full health and sickness, […]

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Bro, I’m proud of you

Rugby League is an important part of the Naiqama family history. Growing up I always adored my brothers Wesley and Kevin. That adoration hasn’t altered one inch however my respect for them and what they do has been heightened greatly. My childhood involves spending up to 8 hours per week at our local football ground. […]

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