Repeat after me: my life shall not become my job. My life shall not... I’m part of the marketing team and, almost a year in, I’m having to get stricter with my brain and the background processing it is constantly doing. For a good length of time, I synchronised my brain switching off with my … Continue reading Boundaries: The Separation Between my Personal and Professional Life
I feel that I have far too recently learnt what I now consider to be the most fundamental piece of information about exercise. That it has to feel good. I have been taught my whole life that any exercise is good exercise and that the serotonin boost gained from it cannot be beaten. I would … Continue reading Tune Into What Feels Good for You
Reading was very much a part of my life when I was a child – bedtime stories, targets set by school – but, in my teen years, I pretty much stopped. As the routine of reading dropped away and I was no longer being held accountable for not getting through a book every few weeks, … Continue reading Why I Stopped Reading…And Then Started Again
Are New Year’s Resolutions right for you? Explore why you may have felt defeated in the past or continue to hit a brick resolution wall each January. There are mixed reviews around New Year’s resolutions. There are those who thrive off them because they are die-hard committers, referring back to their list intermittently throughout the year. And then there … Continue reading Why your New Year’s Resolutions Aren’t Working *Free Resource*
2020 was the start of a new decade: it offered a chance for new beginnings, to reach new aspirations, to excel in a brand new chapter of life. It promised the prospects that a new year offers but tenfold over. This was what the human race was ready to embrace, but mother nature had something else up her sleeve. As life appears to be returning … Continue reading Those around you are your helplines.