Starting Over

What a month. Actually, the last five months have been, well, how do I put this? An adventure. Challenging. Fun. Character building. A bit crap. Exciting. Anxious. Out of the ordinary. All of the above. Or perhaps most of all, … Read more


Contemplating Change

Creating and dealing with change

Change. Like death and taxes, it’s going to happen. If you’re happily going through an incredibly blissful, prosperous, healthy phase, at some point, this will change. If times are anxious, rubbish or dull, this too will change. Sometimes change is … Read more

Bec Brown Says - Going on a guilt trip

Pack your bags, we’re off on a guilt trip

I’ve had an intense attack of the guilts lately. Feeling uneasy, mildly anxious and worried, I had to sit down and ponder why, eventually pin-pointing that it all came down to feeling guilty. What terrible thing had I done? Taken a two … Read more


How change is good and the seven year rule

I’ve read recently that, on a cellular level, your entire body is regenerated every seven years. Yesterday it was precisely seven years ago that, after a long stint of travelling and working as a singer, I packed up my bags … Read more


Overcoming disaster and how to react when you’ve been knocked back

A lot of bad stuff is going on in the world at the moment. And for some reason, I’m just now starting to truly realise that the longer you stay in this world, the more likely bad stuff is going … Read more


How to make new year's resolutions that work

How to make new year’s resolutions that last

Are you a new year’s resolutions maker? Being an “all or nothing” kind of person for a good portion of my adult life, I certainly have been. In my late teens and early twenties, they seemed to be things like: … Read more


Is ‘keeping it real’ all it’s cracked up to be?

Why is “being yourself” or “being real” so important? And what does it even mean? Especially when one person’s “real” is another person’s “ridiculous”. In just about every magazine you read and on every lifestyle TV show you watch, there … Read more

Things That Make You Go Oh…

Things That Make You Go Oh…

How many lightbulb moments can you have on a particular topic before they cease to be lightbulb moments? Is there a limit to the number of times you can wake up with an epiphany; that same ‘a ha!’ realisation that … Read more

Can routine result in brilliance?

Can routine result in brilliance?

“Be regular and  orderly in your life like a bourgeois, so that you may be violent and  original in your work”. This quote by Gustave Flaubert (French writer, lived in the 1800′s, wrote Madame Bovary, one of the most important … Read more