The tale of the chikingunya virus is, it seems ongoing…I’m sure you’re all wondering how this relates to coaching, I know Kel is. Well you see on this journey of self-discovery that I am taking through coaching and by following my dream of opening my own coaching practice and being the best coach I can be, I’ve come to realise that there are challenges that aren’t so easy to overcome. The chikingunya virus is one of them. I’ve also realised that it has had such an impact on me that I’ve felt compelled to write about it. Continue reading
In many ways I guess you could say I’m taking a break and enjoying my holiday. I realize that with so many unanswered questions swirling around in my mind I’m finding it difficult to enjoy the break. Normally at the end of the six week summer vacation, I would know exactly what I was going to be doing in September and that would help me make the most of the holidays. You see normally the first term back, I’m working flat out and driving myself and my team to ensure that we get the best foundation for the new year group.
Sun rises, rays light up the room
I wake to feelings of nothing
I’m holding it all in
Afraid to think
Afraid to feel
Afraid to let the emotions come tumbling in