After 3 years of completing a manuscript, it has become somewhat of an anti-climax and as a result I have become more reflective.
At the start of the process, I was determined to get it done. It was something that would bring more clarity into my somewhat chaotic mind, living with a disability I didn’t know I had and I couldn’t be more pleased with the result.
My website blogs fit around my experiences, my book fits around my life using blogs that have been adapted to create a memoir/self-help book. The book is a fair and balanced overview of my life.
It is a deep, thought-provoking account of my life, living with something I didn’t know I had. It is both inspiring and unusual. Through the book, I use more of my experiences to create inspiring messages through mental, physical and spiritual health, resilience and change.
The enormity of anything we deal with, can bring a thought process we’re not always prepared for at the end of completing something positive. Not realising how I would feel through the other end has caused me to be reflective.
Through that, I hope my light-bulb moment, can be a light-bulb moment for others too, when they also realise, they have the tools to change.