Debs Atkinson

Debs Atkinson



Hello, I am Debs. I am a healer, a therapist, a writer, a teacher and am mostly at the beck and call of my naughty rescue dogs, ducks and chickens.

Because of my own healing journey, I have a deep belief that the changes we want to see in this world must start from within us, no exceptions. I am passionate about helping others to live from their hearts and to follow their path to happiness and love. I know that is available for us all, it is our choice to take it.

I consider myself to be hugely lucky, I have arrived at a point in my life where I adore what I do. I am still healing, learning, growing and changing and love to share this journey with others who are on this same crazy and exciting ride we call life!

My website is . My partner and I are currently following our long held dream to create a sanctuary to help nature, wildlife and people. Do come and follow our journey and join us along the way!

The Nature of Chaos

It has been a long time since I have felt the call to write but today the call seems to have arrived. On a personal level I have been processing the grief of losing my Mum and also a move of country, letting go of our home and then a further two moves of location….

A Life Changing Owl

Many years ago when I was living at home with my parents our beautiful rough collie Jemma finally left us. She had been in our lives for a long time and we were all devastated. For me it was a particularly difficult time as Jemma had been a confidante through some challenging times in my…

All This Space!

The main room in the cottage used to be a kitchen/lounge where we also had our desks, it was a little cramped but a huge difference from living in the caravan so all this space seemed amazing! However, we needed to move the kitchen into the new room to free up more space for our…

When Rats Wear Pants

We had finished pointing most of the outside of the building so next on the list was beginning to sort out “the room next door”. This was part of the cottage but had not had anything done to it. There was a gap between the habitable part of the cottage and “the room next door”…

About That Septic Tank

When we first moved in, we knew that the cottage had a working septic tank, it did not however conform to new regulations and we had been made to sign when we bought the cottage to say that we would replace it. We did plan on doing this but it is a huge expense and…