Maybe it’s something about being in your 30s. You realise you’re an adult. You realise THIS is the big show.
Moving overseas can be a really rewarding experience both personally and professionally, but is not without its ups and downs.
“I couldn’t live with myself, if I didn’t even try.”
You have the chance to reflect on all the ‘rules’ you have been following your whole life and realise it’s time for you to forge your own path.
“Some people are like trees, they take forever to grow up”
The Imposter Mummy, that imaginary image of yourself you have concocted in your head that haunts you a little each day as you go about the myriad of tasks you manage.
I would risk more, love harder and care about other’s opinions less.
Turning 30 was a big moment in my life. I was separated from my then-husband, had quit my job, left the country I lived in, and wasn’t sure where my life was heading…
“When is the right time to start the next level of maintenance?”
“If it is too much like hard work, he is not worth it”