I Still Wear Jeans
About the Book
This is a story about the magic of acceptance, renewal and friendship. Finding an open door and stepping onto a path away from what you have been conditioned to believe. To give yourself permission to find yourself, cleanse yourself of inner demons keeping you in a place of self-doubt and self-deprecation. Open that door, open your eyes, open your heart to the joy you will feel; the courage you will find in yourself and find that sparkle again that has eluded you or been tucked away due to circumstances, people in your lives or choices you’ve made. Once you open that door, the wonderful gifts and possibilities that flood in, are endless. This is my journey, my cleansing, myself, I found after a month in Nepal, a place I call Heaven, with a group of wonderful people I knew and those I met along the way.
About the Author
Being a wife and a mother, I gave up work to care for my family, which was a joy but when all left ‘the nest’, there was a huge empty space that I couldn’t remember how to fill. I realised there was something missing from my life – myself, and what makes me feel alive. I have always loved travel, back packed around Europe in my early twenties and love a good adventure. Joining a close friend on the trip of a life time in Nepal, opened the door to wonderful new opportunities, many of which I thought I would never see or feel again; writing was one such opportunity. I decided to write about my journey of self-renewal, with the hope it will help others to never give up on themselves or their life.