You know how they say ‘what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger?’ Well, I think that’s a pretty good way to sum up 2018. It hasn’t been all that great. Lots of really sad and really horrible things have happened. Honestly, I was going to list a few but it just makes me want to … More Andrà Tutto Bene
It’s December! It’s Summer! 2018 is almost over! There’s so much I want to say to you guys; firstly, just how much I appreciate those of you who have been loyal readers of HarleighQ for the last three years. Now that’s a milestone. We’ve grown from a couple of views to over 300 on every … More To My Gang of Harleighs
This week was massive! I entered two writing competitions, one of which involved writing under 500 words every day for five days with just a one word prompt for inspiration. Sarah tried her best to assist but in the end I went with all of my own ideas because she can already take credit for … More Flash Fiction
To the women in my life who lift me up daily, who have inspired me ever since I was a baby To the women in my life going against the grain, swimming up stream and fighting through pain To the women in my life who can’t be shut down, who know what they stand for … More Strong, Strong Women
Sometimes I feel pretty guilty about being a meat eater. I mean, to be honest, I only eat chicken and beef and the occasional pork. I morally object to lamb and game meat. I bloody love seafood though. I have some incredible, strong vegan friends who talk all the time about how easy it is … More The Conscious Carnivore
RUOK? Day is always gorgeous. I love seeing so many of my friends offer their homes and ears and hugs to anyone who might need it. I love seeing my agents donning yellow and actually asking me how I’m doing throughout the day, not just jumping in to work chat. It’s means a lot. Pretty … More How Deep is Your Love?
There’s always something so therapeutic about travel. Those of you who read my last post about mindfulness know it’s certainly something I struggle with, as do most. The beauty of exploring a new place is the ease with which we begin living in the moment. This last couple of months have been the hardest I’ve … More Whitsunday Dreaming