All posts by OLGA

If Today Could Speak

…it would sing.


It’s been really great. The morning was incredibly sunny and bright and not at all cold, which is quite rare these October days. I can’t believe it’s October already, though! I took my lovely little poodle, Dane, for his monthly¬†groom yesterday; he had the works at the local dog grooming¬†parlour and is now looking incredibly clean and dapper. I went for a little walk just around the neighbourhood, said hello to our fab neighbours and picked some flowers in the garden for our kitchen table.

I like to maintain the appearance of myself, my family, my car and my pets. I do think that it shows self-respect, care, and above all, self-love. It’s something that we should all work on a little more, I think. Although I often look after my outward appearance, I think I could easily clean my home more often, for example. Continue reading If Today Could Speak

Preparing My New Work Place

As I recently acquired a few new wonderful clients and so I decided to stop working from home. I found an office nearby, in East London, and as it was affordable, I decided to go ahead and rent it out. It’s just the right size and it has quirky wallpaper and furnishings. The only thing that I really didn’t enjoy was the fact that the kitchen sink was blocked when I moved in, and two weeks later, it was still blocked! I finally got sick of waiting for someone to come along and fix it, so I took the matter into my own hands. I posted on My Builder and received a reply within the hour. This London drainage company called me as soon as I emailed them

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Evolving Emotionally

Boundaries, boundaries, boundaries.

Nothing can be more important to you as a human being than your personal boundaries.

When I was a child, my boundaries were poor. Later on in life, I was told that this was because I originated from the Pleiades were the people there are far more evolved in every way, but especially emotionally and spiritually. I have always felt very different from others, even from a young age and I wonder if this may indeed be attributed to this.

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