As the high range of emotions of the last few months begin to level out, here’s why I’m left agreeing with an old cliché…
If much of what you know has fallen from certainty (because 2020) here’s some words that will hopefully provide some comfort…
In a world so abundant with strategies and self-help, it can become habit to seek guidance from others.
Often though, the best advice can be found much closer to home. Perhaps being in lockdown might even help us find it.
Struggling with the intensity and unpredictability of your emotions? Here’s some words that might help.
At a time of cancelled gigs and postponed parties, here’s how we can re-value what really matters: the beautiful ordinary.
Are your predictions about the future wrapped in a sense of panic, anxiety and impending doom? Here’s a different perspective from Mel Robbins that might just help.
If your spirit as waning and the quarantine blues are starting to kick in… here’s a few questions that might help both you and your spirits to rise.
Does self-isolation and quarantine have you climbing the walls? Here’s a way to escape, without moving from the couch. And it’s free!
Considering just how bleak today’s headlines seem, proclaiming this a time for mindfulness and gratitude might seem misguided at the least. But it really isn’t. Let me explain why…