Leaving reality television after 10 years, people have gotten to know me and been on this journey with me.
Apart from anything else, in the most genuinely self-deprecating way, I find it very hard to watch myself on screen, whatever you might think.
We are an island nation and yet, in the 43 years I have lived in England, I believe I've only heard two Public Service Announcements regarding drowning and the dangers of water.
Mice can get in the absolute smallest of cracks. I've seen it myself.
I've always been bad at learning from mistakes, I've been through periods where it's been dangerous and I've gone missing for a night.
I own and operate a busy construction and renovation company and, of course, there are the occasional hiccups on site - more great learning experiences in the pursuit of elusive perfection.
In the stillness of your presence, you can feel your own formless and timeless reality as the unmanifested life that animates your physical form. You can then feel the same life deep within every other human and every other creature. You look beyond the veil of form and separation. This is the realization of oneness. This is love.
Women who become mothers are policed and regulated during pregnancy, forced to give up so much - work and ambition, often.
I do not want to watch anyone feeling attacked or throwing any shade.
If I'm craving a hamburger, I'll have a hamburger. But then the next day I'll make sure that I have a salad, a lot of water, and a good mix of vegetables.
My early childhood was notable by an absence of proper meals and highly processed food.
The truth is, there's a career position within the construction or renovation industry to suit just about anyone.
This journey that I've been on, in television, I have committed to it. I'm committed to whatever my truth is and that being told in my own way.
It is through gratitude for the present moment that the spiritual dimension of life opens up.
Once women reach a certain age we like to consign them to some dark corner of society where we don't have to bother with them again.
I experienced marriage from an early age. I was 23 when I married for the first time.
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