Quietly Living Life
Hi, I'm Nicola.
I’m not your ordinary blogger with an online business.
In fact I’m not here to sell you anything at all.
I’m simply here to share the thoughts that swirl around in my head.
In all honesty, I’m just a 45 year old part-time Physiotherapist and full-time dog-mum who enjoys writing.
I am also studying Animal Nutrition & Canine Myofunctional Therapy (because I like animals more than humans).
And when I'm not doing those things you will find me taking photos, pottering about and knitting.
I also live a pretty quiet life on four acres in Tasmania, Australia, with my partner and four-legged family.
This is simply my personal blog where I share my thoughts on how I live intentionally in a world that is always trying to tell us what to do and who to be.
Quietly Living Life
To me this means living an intentional and simple life.
Since slowing down I've noticed I feel less anxious and my mind less cluttered.
By creating routines and rituals I have more space in my days for things I enjoy.
Life no longer feels overwhelming.
And that's a nice way to be.
These are my stories of how I'm living a life filled with space, slowness and simplicity.
Over the past few years I've stepped away from all the noise we are inundated with online and in real life. I'm consciously creating how I want to spend my days. And I'm choosing to only consume that which makes me happy.
I'm not here to be your coach or mentor. I'm not even here to teach you anything in particular. I'm just here to share what I'm learning. And if my writing and stories resonate with you, I'd be delighted to have you come along on the journey with me.
If you'd like to hear more from me ...
I write a monthly letter to those who also crave a quieter, more simple life.
In these letters I share what I'm learning in real time, in the hope it makes others feel less alone and helps just a bit.
I'd love for you to join me.
The other place you can find me is over on Instagram where I share photos and stories of life, my four-legged family, and the beautiful scenery of Tasmania. I'd love for you to join me there too.