Songs in the Key of Hope

Meg Welchman was featured in the QWeekend published on Saturday 6 April 2019. The piece was written by Elissa Lawrence and covers Meg’s diagnosis with Stage IV aggressive breast cancer and the writing of This Present Moment, her positive outlook nurtured by her parents, the love story between her and her husband Simon and the…

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Lost and Found

The year seems to have only just started and somehow we find ourselves already in March! I cleared out my storeroom on the weekend and found something quite surprising; one last box of 2019 This Present Moment Calendars! In Roman times March was the first month of the 10 month Roman calendar. So with that…

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Seeking Balance

I was fortunate to meet Joey Remenyi from Seeking Balance International during a Gunnas Writing Retreat run by Catherine Deveny late last year. Joey is an audiologist who specialises in vertigo and tinnitus. She led a mindfulness session that helped me unlock some of the body niggles I was experiencing. I mentioned my book on…

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Taking a break

Happy New Year dear reader! I hope you are off to a mindful start to 2019. I am about to go on a two week holiday and will be back in early February. With this scheduled time away I have decided to reduce my reliance on technology and not take my phone with me. This…

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Need some colour in your life?

Good times, bad times, hard times, sad times. Life can sometimes feel like a series of setbacks. Do you know someone going through a tough time? Perhaps you would like something for yourself? Order a copy of This Present Moment (2nd Edition) before the end of November and you will receive a free pack of…

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Beautiful mindfulness for the year ahead!

The 2019 This Present Moment Calendar is now available from our online shop. Each month features vivid photography and original contemplative quotes from the book “This Present Moment” to inspire your days and plan your moments. The stunning photography captures moments over the past twelve months in Meg’s life, living in Brisbane and travelling around…

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