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Firstly our lives are in perpetual motion. We live in a constantly changing world and an ever expanding universe, so change is inevitable. Some people embrace change, seeing it as ushering in new energy; whilst others shy away from it and find it difficult to cope with.Keep reading
This full moon is the perfect time to review goals, start fresh and deep dive into personal growth! It’s easy to get caught up in the excitement of starting something new…Keep reading
Micro-habits – as the name might suggest – is the use of teeny tiny habits that, over time, mount up to make a big difference. And the beauty of micro-habits is that they don’t take up too much of your time or energy, and can be used to break your goals into manageable chunks.Keep reading
“Authenticity is when you say and do the things you actually believe.”
We are constantly being bombarded by the media, telling us who we should be, who we should strive to be like or what we should want out of life. We live in a global society that rates fame and superficiality as most desirable prizes. Where our bank balance is a direct measurement of our self-worth and much less importance is placed on how we actually live our lives.Keep reading
Now that the clocks have changed and there’s more daylight it’s time to turn your attention to the garden, and with the Easter holidays coming up what better time to wake up the garden in preparation for the warm days of summer.Keep reading
We always want a bit more of the green stuff, don’t we? We love the opportunities that it gives us, and when we get to mid-life we think we’re on top of our finances; after all we’ve been around for half a century, surely we should have a handle on it…Keep reading
I’d heard anecdotal stories of people feeling ill after the jab. I’ve read the research that says women tend to be effected more by the vaccination than by men. Indeed the kindly nurse, Karen, told me that I may feel a bit unwell post vaccination, but that didn’t really prepare me for the wall that I hit about 6pm that same evening. And that very wall-hitting was what prompted me to write this blog, so that you guys can prepare yourself in a way that I hadn’t.Keep reading
Not sure about you but there’s nothing better than good cleaning session. Making your living space squeaky clean and decluttering by getting rid of unwanted junk – although apparently, I am a hoarder according to my family!
Your home isn’t the only living space that will benefit from a thorough cleaning; mind-body-spirit cleaning is just as important for a happy, healthy life.Keep reading
Let’s face it January is a rubbish time of year and statistically (and unfortunately) is the most depressing month of the year. The days seem long and mostly dark and overcast. It’s the time when payday seems like light years away, and all the glitz, glamour and fun of Christmas seems like a lifetime ago. But all of that said, January can be survived, trust me, here’s how;Keep reading
Now let’s face it putting the three letters – WFH – in your online calendar pre-March 2020 had a lovely ring to it. It meant that you would be working, but in the comfort of your own surrounds and not with your omnipresent boss hanging around every corner. So today, I thought I would look at ways that you can make working from home an altogether happier experience.Keep reading
According to mindful.org Mindfulness is defined as “…the basic human ability to be fully present, aware of where we are and what we’re doing, and not overly reactive or overwhelmed by what’s going on around us.” and made popular in the West by Thich Nhat Hanh, Herbert Benson and Jon Kabat-Zinn. But what happens if you’re new to it or you’re experiencing a rough patch, how can Mindfulness really help you? Can it help you? Here’s what I’ve learned about Mindfulness since I started practicing it many years ago.Keep reading
The Autumn Equinox marks the first day of autumn as the steamy days of summer gives way to beautiful coloured leaves and rain. This year the equinox falls on Tuesday, September 22 at 2:30pm (BST), and is the time when daytime and night time are of equal length. In astronomical terms, at the equinox, the Sun crosses the celestial equator and the days start to grow shorter.Keep reading
Today we’re going to talk about anxiety, and panic attacks. We all live increasingly busy lives, cramming more and more into them. We survive on less sleep than ever before, eat a much more processed diet than ever before, and can summon the fast-food genie to our door any time of the day or night! So as an antidote to that, here are some ways that I have found you can bring back a little harmony to your life through food, supplements and practices.Keep reading
How many of you have been brought up to believe that happiness is achieved through external influences. That happiness is directly related to the attainment of something or a connection with someone. However, there is an obvious danger when you allow externalKeep reading
It’s all about the subtle but essential part of allowing all your desires to flow to you.
You never see a river flowing upstream to get to the sea and there’s a good reason for that. It’s all about ‘the path of least resistance’. Water in rivers finds the quickest path downhill (the path of least resistance) until it reaches its ‘goal’, the sea.Keep reading
“I say, follow your bliss and don’t be afraid, and doors will open where you didn’t know they were going…Keep reading
Life isn’t a rehearsal. Life is for living. Sometimes it can be a struggle especially when crap happens that you can’t control; like pandemic for example. So to help you out of whatever hole you find yourself in and put you in a positive state of mind, here are my a to z for a successful life!Keep reading
In my 49 years I have never marched or demonstrated about anything… until today.Keep reading