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13 things I did to create the most of this year.

1. I restored my home. Our home. An old home that we inherited from my in-laws and it was a labor of love to create a soulful space and recycle what was already there. It was one of my major achievements. I decluttered spaces, rooms, cupboards, wardrobes, boxes, attics and gave away all items we did not need. It felt good. I felt light. Decluttering is a form of healing, cleansing and clearing energy ties with objects and memories that block our progress. The spaces we live and work in are so...

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The danger of caring more about others than yourself

The danger of caring more about others than yourself

In this audio, I cover: Why it's important to prioritize yourself. How to know if you are overly concerned with other people’s feelings. The typical root of this behavior and how self-awareness can shift things around. How to bring more of the real you into your life. How to stop over-functioning, overgiving and overdoing.     //soundcloud.com/cherinekurdi/the-danger-of-caring-for-others-more-than-yourself          ...

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Finding your passion with ease.

10 steps to finding your passion with ease. This is for you if: - You want a career change and you're lost and stuck. - You're multi-passionate and can't seem to narrow down your ideas. - You're looking for more meaning and purpose through your work. Take a pen and your notebook. And just go through these steps from your guts.

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How to deal with disappointment and things crumbling down.

I had a huge lesson/realization some years back that I keep reminding myself when things go funky or when I start flirting with disappointment. I want to share this learning with you. Lives, relationships, friendships, love, health, situations, projects, economies, businesses, dreams, careers, goals- they fall apart because they need to. They need to because they weren't built right in the first place. And when they fall apart, it's painful because so much is at stake. Because it feels like a...

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ON TURNING FORTY (or any age), TRANSITION, TRANSFORMATION & CHANGE (+ my wish for you)

ON TURNING FORTY (or any age), TRANSITION, TRANSFORMATION & CHANGE (+ my wish for you)

  Yesterday I read upsetting news (one of many) about a young woman in her early twenties who committed suicide. And it just broke my heart. It's not easy being a human being. I was writing about being forty. My writing is a spontaneous thought really. And the demise of this young woman made me feel that any of us can give up along the way. We do metaphorically. And some of us do, literally. Forty. My friend at school or at uni either have turned 40 or are going to. Some aren't talking...

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