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With my writings I like to capture a little insight in my journey of healing and embodying my feminine.
What is change? 27 June 2023 W H A T I S C H A N G E ? Our time in the Netherlands is coming to an end, and when I read that my dear friend @mirjam.christine.hope was hosting a session around change, I knew I had to be part of it. Change. It feels like my life at this moment is change only. Big changes only. Transitions in life. The one is me transitioning to being a mother, […]
She is Alive 2 February 2023 S H E I S A L I V E Half a year in.. It is with the greatest joy and gratitude that I would like to introduce our beautiful and courageous daughter Aya Rose. She came into this world on the 2nd of August at 17:38, roaring with life. Some of you might have read my previous blog, the one I wrote half a year after the stillbirth of our first baby, our […]
Life Transitions 6 April 2022 life transitions I have been thinking a lot lately about life transitions. More specifically about navigating through life transitions. Those times in your life where your foundation is swept away. The major upheavals in life, where everything feels uncertain and change and uncertainty are the only constants in your daily life. Life transitions like a new job, stepping into a serious relationship, being confronted with death, divorce or break up or a move to […]
The Pains and Powers of baby loss 30 November 2021 the pains and powers of baby loss When I was asked to write something for the fertility clinic in Cape Town about losing our baby Jade I felt an instant yes, and also an insecurity and vulnerability rising up. The journey of healing through stillbirth, as I like to call the journey, is not an easy one, and there are so many layers, so where do I start? The […]
Cherish Stone 13 October 2021 A bronze Cherish Stone with Jade’s ashes I feel so lucky to have met so many amazing women in my life. I am going to be honest, it took a while to open myself fully up to intimate relationships with women. I have had my struggles and somehow I often just thought friendships with boys/men were easier. I guess because they seem less complicated and in my experience had less expectations ;). I know now […]