About Me

Just over 10 years ago I was lying in bed desperate for some help, feeling lost and on a downward spiral. I never thought I would reach the point of calling a helpline to get some support for how I was feeling but I am so glad I did as the lady on the other end of the phone gave me some valuable advice that got me to where I am today.

During my journey of healing I read books upon books about self-help and picked up some fantastic practices, but it was time-consuming and when you’re desperate for some help you don’t always have time to read a 300 page book to only pick up a couple of bits of advice. I then started surfing the web to find some simple but powerful tips that I could use daily to help me get out of my rut and although I found some great content it took a lot of different google searches to get there.

So here I am today a much wiser and mentally healthier version of myself and I want to give back my learning’s from the past 10 years in a simple easy to read way. I’m always looking for ways to share some positivity with the people around me, no matter if I spend 5 minutes or a lifetime around them. I also want to show my children that practising gratitude, showing compassion and helping others is just as important in life as using manners, getting an education and working.

Thanks for reading!
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Feel free to contact me via e-mail – natalieawilliams6@gmail.com


© Natalie Williams and Searching For My Inner Zen, 2017-2018. Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Natalie Williams and Searching For My Inner Zen with appropriate and specific direction to the original content.

10 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Bryan Fagan

    Happy to read that you took charge of your life and made a change. Many people accept their living conditions.Some feel they deserve the kind of life they lead. I’m glad to see you are not one of them. Your example can teach others that they too can make a change and a change for the good.

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  2. Mark Lanesbury

    It is a big journey but through it all it will teach one beautiful thing. The ability to finally love ourselves after the bumps, trips and housework we struggle with within. Our fears locked in since childhood are our walls that stop that love, by believing of ourselves those negativities we were told, shown, and experienced by those we loved and looked up to, then spending the rest of our lives trying to break free. Find the fear, understand it, and the walls come tumbling down…and that love and happiness that we all seek in our lives, will finally show its heart…our heart a beauty like no other ❤

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